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Broderick Greer first came to Greenbelt in 2016 and it was love at first sight. ...

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Broderick Greer first came to Greenbelt in 2016 and it was love at first sight. Since that time, he has taken up a new post as Canon Precentor at Saint John’s Cathedral in Denver, Colorado. There, he continues to mesh his official church role with his broader, deeper, long-standing concerns for history, black and queer theology, and racial justice ( #BLM). And in connection with these concerns, his writing has appeared in The Guardian, Teen Vogue, NBC News, On Being, and The Washington Post. Hear him at #gb18 #actsoftheimagination 💭💡🌱m̶e̶.y̶o̶u̶.us
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The conversation, as well as the food, will remind us all to renew our commitment to fight for a just peace and equal rights for all those who call Palestine-Israel their home.

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With most of us unable to travel to sample different cultures and cuisines this summer, we wanted to bring a taste of Palestine to you. So, as you plan your meals for next week, build in a Palestinian night on Thursday 16th July as Phoebe Rison joins us at 7pm to cook up a storm.

Find full event details and a list of ingredients, should you want to cook-along, here: www.amostrust.org/palestine-on-a-plate

Chris Rose, from our friends at Amos Trust, will be in conversation with Phoebe as she cooks, reminding us all that food is as political as it is cultural. The conversation and the food will hopefully remind us all to renew our commitment to fight for a just peace and equal rights for all those who call Palestine-Israel their home.
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Today we’re extremely proud to share with you our brand new podcast, #SomewhereToBelieveIn. In our first episode, hosts Katherine and Paul dig into the topic of empathy with philosopher and friend of Greenbelt Festival Roman Krznaric.

We discuss why trying to understand how others see the world could have revolutionary power, and why now, more than ever, empathy is so important. Katherine and Paul also give you some behind the scenes insight into working at Greenbelt and the difficult but necessary decision to cancel this year’s festival.

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6 days ago

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Thanks to The Reading Agency, we’re excited to share books that are truly out of the ordinary. Stories for Kids Who Dare To Be Different grew out of Stories for Boys Who Dare To Be Different (winner of the Children’s Book of the Year at the National Book Awards 2018 and The Sunday Times Number 1 bestseller).

Celebrating inspirational and amazing boys and girls who stood up and out and had the courage to be themselves, the book is beautifully illustrated and comes with a digital resource pack – with activities, audio, and sample pages from the upcoming Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different Journal.

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Thanks to The Reading Agency, we’re excited to share books that are truly out of the ordinary. Stories for Kids Who Dare To Be Different grew out of Stories for Boys Who Dare To Be Different (winner of the Children’s Book of the Year at the National Book Awards 2018 and The Sunday Times Number 1 bestseller).
 
Celebrating inspirational and amazing boys and girls who stood up and out and had the courage to be themselves, the book is beautifully illustrated and comes with a digital resource pack – with activities, audio, and sample pages from the upcoming Stories for Boys who Dare to be Different Journal.

https://bit.ly/kids-who-dare 
 
#StoriesForKidsWhoDareToBeDifferent
Quercus Books, The Reading Agency
#SillySquad #SummerReadingChallenge #GBWildAtHome
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  1. Anonymous says:

    Valerie Nay Brown 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    Queer theology?

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