It's part 2 of my interview with the Rev. Dr. Otis Moss, III, pastor of the historic Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago -- one of his many titles, including scholar, leader, teacher and filmmaker among other roles. On this episode, we learn about the huge impact on Dr. Moss’s life, sermons, and teachings made by his sister Daphne; what his life was really like as leader of Trinity during Pres. Obama’s presidential run while the world was focusing on Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright; what he sees as the problem with our current education model; the harmful effects of having been wrongfully labeled as having learning disabilities by teachers as a young student and the lesson he learned about the qualities of a good teacher; and positivity coming out of this pandemic because of the role of spirituality and the idea of justice and faith -- hear what he’s seeing from agnostics to people of all differing faiths. Plus, hear his advice and message to the masses regarding mental health. All this and much more. Don't forget to check out part 1!
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