51 min

Standing in Solidarity with Our Asian Siblings: Sarah Bounse Activist Theology Podcast

    • Religion & Spirituality

Sarah Bouse is a skilled anti-racism facilitator, strategist, trainer. She has developed organizational equity policies/practices, facilitated anti-racism initiatives, and led authentic community engagement strategies to best serve those most harmed by systemic racism and oppression.
Having worked alongside large and small organizations, nonprofits and businesses throughout Middle Tennessee, she have taught systemic racism and racial equity workshops, facilitated strategic and action planning processes rooted in racial equity, and provided coaching support in anti-racism efforts for these organizations. Her work primarily focuses on internal efforts to institutionalize and operationalize racial equity and anti-racism efforts within institutions.
She volunteers as the co-lead for the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum’s Nashville chapter and as a member on Metro Nashville Arts Commission’s Committee for Anti-Racism and Equity.
You can find more about Sarah at www.sarahbounse.com.

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To support this podcast, please visit www.kindful.activistheology.com.
To follow Activist Theology on Twitter: @activistheology
To follow Activist Theology on Instagram: @activistheology
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To be in touch with Dr. Robyn: robyn@activistheology.com or @irobyn
To be in touch with Rev. Anna: anna@activistheology.com or @unholyhairetic

Sarah Bouse is a skilled anti-racism facilitator, strategist, trainer. She has developed organizational equity policies/practices, facilitated anti-racism initiatives, and led authentic community engagement strategies to best serve those most harmed by systemic racism and oppression.
Having worked alongside large and small organizations, nonprofits and businesses throughout Middle Tennessee, she have taught systemic racism and racial equity workshops, facilitated strategic and action planning processes rooted in racial equity, and provided coaching support in anti-racism efforts for these organizations. Her work primarily focuses on internal efforts to institutionalize and operationalize racial equity and anti-racism efforts within institutions.
She volunteers as the co-lead for the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum’s Nashville chapter and as a member on Metro Nashville Arts Commission’s Committee for Anti-Racism and Equity.
You can find more about Sarah at www.sarahbounse.com.

––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
To support this podcast, please visit www.kindful.activistheology.com.
To follow Activist Theology on Twitter: @activistheology
To follow Activist Theology on Instagram: @activistheology
To follow Activist Theology on Facebook: @activistheology
To be in touch with Dr. Robyn: robyn@activistheology.com or @irobyn
To be in touch with Rev. Anna: anna@activistheology.com or @unholyhairetic

51 min

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