As a nation, we are experiencing our own awakening right now. We are in the midst of an uprising for Black lives the world has never seen. Millions of us are flooding the streets, risking our lives, to call for justice since George Floyd's public lynching. Millions more are rising up in solidarity. Revolutionary love is when you are brave enough to see no stranger.
This uprising is possible because of movement leaders who have been in the labor for decades -- now joined by newly inaugurated activists - and the many generations of freedom fighters, of ancestors that came before us.
In her new book "See No Stranger," Valarie Kaur uses stories of police brutality and corruption, prison abolition and national protest movements to illustrate the power of Revolutionary Love as a force for justice.
Join Valarie Kaur and Rev. Traci Blackmon for a conversation about Revolutionary Love, and how we can live into this awakening as people of faith.