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Katrina Marsh
INCUBATE, STORIES

Supported and Empowered

Katrina Marsh   |   February 12, 2019

Katrina Marsh came away from SENT Seminar feeling supported in her process of conceptualizing and birthing a project that could truly help others. She left feeling empowered to partner with others for greater impact.

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SENT Seminar Participant Jose Martinez
INCUBATE, STORIES

From Idea to Reality

Jose Martinez   |   February 05, 2019

This project, The StoryWagen, aims to start a conversation on methods of moral injury intervention by using digital storytelling and a mobile recording studio (in a Volkwagen bus) to collect stories of people who are suffering from moral injury.

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SENT Seminar Participants Rev. Hyo Cheol (Peter) Kim and Judy Hong
INCUBATE, STORIES

Discerning the Way Forward

Rev. Peter Hyo Cheol Kim   |   January 29, 2019

The Good Life Care Resource Center will support immigrants and low-income individuals and families in Koreatown and downtown Los Angeles area by providing translation services, childcare, and other services.

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Rev. Dr. Dietra Wise Baker leads 2018 SENT Seminar participants on a walk of the Delmar Divide in St. Louis.
ANTI-RACISM/PRO-RECONCILIATION, ADVOCACY AND ACTIVISM, INCUBATE, XPLOR, STORIES

Walking the Delmar Divide

Rev. Dr. Dietra Wise Baker   |   January 25, 2019

The Delmar Divide in St. Louis is a place our community regular practices blindness and invisibility of neighbor. The Delmar Divide is a historic street in the city of St. Louis, dividing the city into north and south. NBA groups walk the divide so we can better “see” what locals miss driving every day.

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NBA Incubate SENT Seminar Participants Eliot Angueira and Hilda Ivette Chévere
INCUBATE, STORIES

Dwelling Together in Unity

Eliot Angueira and Hilda Ivette Chévere   |   January 22, 2019

Garden of Eden Health Center aims to utilize a team approach to enhance access to primary health care services and post-disaster health care in underserved rural communities.

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Combating Mass Incarceration through Bail Reform Webinar
LEARNING / TRAINING

Combating Mass Incarceration through Bail Reform

February 21, 2019

Join us as we explore the present bail system in the United States and the ways The Bail Project is fighting wealth-based detention. Learn how you and your congregation can get involved.

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Kasi Zieminski

Director of Marketing
ADVOCACY, HUNGER / FOOD SECURITY, HOUSING

Southwest Good Samaritan Ministries teaches the love of Jesus Christ by building a renewed sense of wholeness and dignity, especially among refugees and those who are disenfranchised and displaced.