UN(Muting) the Ambiguity of the Middle Caste: A Theological Perspective

tue19sep2:00 pmtue3:30 pmUN(Muting) the Ambiguity of the Middle Caste: A Theological Perspective

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Dr Gigi Khanyezi, founder of Jesus and Justice, holds a Doctor of Ministry in Healing Racial Trauma from Howard University School of Divinity.  Doc G is a healing-centered, anti-racist facilitator who serves as a cultural architect, specializing in co-creating Christ-following, decolonizing, Beloved Communities that heal and mobilize toward justice. She is a Brown, Afro-Brazilian American woman, artist, and activist who spent ten years in Soweto, South Africa doing the work of racial healing and justice.  She is also a certified Historical Trauma Specialist who integrates theology and neuroscience to heal the soul wound of generational trauma, especially racial trauma.  Dr Gigi is an adoptive momma to the joys of her life:  Jericho and Judah.  You can find her at www.GigiOnline.org, and information about the Jesus and Justice Course is at www.GigiOnline.org/jesusandjusticecourse.

Trizenia September is an African follower of Jesus and has been shaped by growing up in , the coloured communities of South Africa. For the past 18 years, she had the privilege of serving in global missions and currently serves with Operation Mobilisation (OM) as an Associate Africa Area Leader. She completed her studies at All Nations Christian College with a BA in Biblical and Intercultural Studies, a Postgraduate Diploma in Theology and an MTh (Missiology) from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Her research interest is in reframing the African missions narrative, in particular, how we understand African participation in God’s Kingdom story (past and present).

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(Tuesday) 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm(GMT+01:00)