Faith from the Margins
A podcast from St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church Houston with the generous support of The Diocese of Texas.
Faith From The Margins is a space for LGBTQ+, BIPOC, Christian folks and our allies to talk about what matters to us: specifically, the intersections between our identities with our faith.
Faith from the Margins is a GoChurch production.
Episode #2 – Naomi Ortiz – Self-Care, Disability Justice, and Relationship with Place
Join us this week for our conversation with Naomi Ortiz, author of Sustaining Spirit: Self-Care for Social Justice (Reclamation Press), which offers a powerful insight into self-care. Naomi is a Poet, Writer, and Visual Artist whose intersectional work focuses on self-care for activists, disability justice, climate action, and relationship with place.
During this episode we talked about how to practice self-care in practical ways, what is disability justice and Naomi’s relationship with spirituality, place, and the process of writing. Learn more about Naomi here.
Episode #1 – Becoming Kin with Patty Krawec
For our first episode of Season Two we talked with Patty Krawec, author of the upcoming book, Becoming Kin: An Indigenous Call to Unforgetting the Past and Reimagining Our Future. Patty’s book is now available for pre-order here. During our conversation with Patty we explored the topics of colonization, decolonization, indigenous erasure, and the role of faith communities in these issues.
Patty is an Anishinaabe/Ukrainian writer and speaker belonging to Lac Seul First Nation in Treaty 3 territory and residing in Niagara Falls. She serves on the board of the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre and is the cohost of the Medicine for the Resistance podcast.