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Town Halls to Minimize Bias in the Lutheran Church
Join us for a series of Town Halls that prioritize the voices of intersectional Lutherans. While this conversation is organized by folk within the Sierra Pacific Synod - ELCA, these conversation are open to all who are interested in learning from our past, access the present and strategizing our future.
Jul 10, 2020 02:00 PM
Jul 17, 2020 02:00 PM
Jul 24, 2020 02:00 PM
Jul 31, 2020 02:00 PM
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Rozella Haydée White
Moderator @RHW Consulting
Rozella Haydée White is a life and leadership coach, creator, and consultant. She is the owner of RHW Consulting, which accompanies individuals, organizations, and communities as they figure out what is meaningful and then work to create and live into values that reflect their understanding of a meaningful life. As a writer, teacher, preacher, and public theologian, Rozella boldly engage issues of faith, justice, self awareness and love, mental illness, and the radical and transformative love of God as embodied in the person of Jesus. Rozella is a contributing author for Renew 52: 50+ Ideas to Revitalize Your Congregation by Leaders Under 50 and Anonymous: Naming the God of Esther and the Women Who Plant Churches and is coauthor of Free Indeed: Devotions for Lent 2017 and the LEAD Work Out Guide: Calling People of Faith into Meaningful, Wider Relationships. Along with publishing articles in Gather, she also writes for The Salt Collective and has also blogged for Living Lutheran, ShePre
Prairie Rose Seminole
Program Director, American Indian Alaska Native Ministries @ELCA
Prairie Rose Seminole is an enrolled tribal member of the Three Affiliated Tribes of ND, descendent of the Sahnish/Arikara, Northern Cheyenne and Lakota Nations and of German Russian heritage. Seminole serves on the Midwest advisory council to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, advising on labor, nonprofits and tribal government. In 2013 Seminole was named Arikara Woman of the year, by the Sahnish Community of White Shield North Dakota. In 2014 the Bush Foundation recognized Seminole as a Native Nations Rebuilder, a program that recognizes individuals who have a passion for learning about innovative tribal governance practices, and how they can take these ideas and approaches to their own Native nations to make a positive difference. In 2015 the ND Center for Business and Technology recognized Seminole as one of 2015 Leading Ladies. She writes for the MHA Times and hosts a radio show on KMHA called the Voice that emphasizes community building and reconciliation efforts.
Rev. Tuhina Rasche
Teaching Team @University AME Zion, Palo Alto
Rev. Tuhina Verma Rasche is an ordained minister of Word and Sacrament in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a 2012 graduate of Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. She lives a hyphenated life as a second-generation Indian-American woman. Tuhina loves all sorts of stories and believes narratives integral to building relationships. She has served as a young adult mentor with The Forum for Theological Exploration, blogs at This Lutheran Life and Medium, is a contributing writer to The Salt Collective, tweets at @tvrasche, recently co-curated a subversive online Advent devotional, and is the Networker for and co-conspirator with #decolonizeLutheranism. When she’s not writing or working to decolonize mainline Protestant traditions, Tuhina usually is reading anything she can get her hands on, listening to podcasts on pop culture, or watching movies.