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If you want to experience more of our complex, diverse world, lean in to these stories. If you've ever found yourself on the fringe of culture, this is for you.

The Global Fringe April L. Diaz

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8, 26 Ratings

If you want to experience more of our complex, diverse world, lean in to these stories. If you've ever found yourself on the fringe of culture, this is for you.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

GSaylor17 ,

Breath of fresh air.

This is quickly becoming one of my favorite podcasts. I am grateful for the intentionality of of the podcast to share stories of people "on the fringe," but I especially appreciate the authenticity and relational manner in which the stories are shared. Not only can I learn something from someone different from me in each episode, but it gives me hope that these kinds of conversations on possible. On a side note, my husband is generally not a fan of podcasts, but this is one of the very few he always wants to listen to when we get in the car together for longer drives!

Jacob Eckeberger ,

Life giving.

Friends in ministry, especially my POC friends, female friends, LGBTQIA+ friends, and anyone else who knows the pain of not being fully seen, fully supported, or fully welcomed to lead, I can’t recommend April’s podcast enough.

It’s life giving. And after you listen, let’s meet up for a drink to talk about it.

@shehasgoneawahl ,

“You Are Not Alone”

Those are the words that are at the heart of this podcast. April’s desire to connect people who feel alone and are searching for a place to belong is evident in the topics she covers, in the questions she asks, and the incredible people she invites to be apart of the conversation. We need more bridge builders like April in the world who seek to have God’s Kingdom come here on earth by pulling up a “chair” and inviting all to the table.

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