A virtual monthly study companion that will examine the intersection of faith and advocacy as it relates to the social conditions of women, girls, and femmes.
Rooted in the understanding that our sense of activism is often passed down from those who come before us, Letters to My Daughters will explore models of advocacy informed by the lived experiences of the mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, cousins, and mentors who nurture us.
This season of Letters to My Daughters will explore the maternal mortality crisis and how the faith community can advocate for passage of the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act.
This study is open to everyone! You may participate individually or as a group.
Module 2 - “Fighting for Care in the Pursuit of Mothering”
In this session we are joined by Bishop Robin Dease, episcopal leader of the North Georgia Annual Conference, to discuss how she has used her body as a means of resistance throughout her journey with uterine fibroids.