Conferences & Workshops

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A Matter of Faith: A Panel Discussion Among Young Latinx Queer Folx

In this ONLINE panel discussion Florinda Cano, Maria Del Pilar (PILI) Lopez-Saavedra, and Santana Sankofa explored questions of faith, especially in terms of the way that faith and art contribute to their sense of belonging and wholeness in inclusive faith communities. Click here for a video recording of this event! This event was the first in our new online […]

“What’s Next?: How the Election Impacts Queer Jews” with Jay Michaelson

Click HERE to view a video recording of this Jewish Queeries Series event ! In this CLGS Jewish Queeries Series event, Rabbi Dr. Jay Michaelson analyzes the results of the election and offer possibilities for the next few months, as well as the long term implications for our community. The discussion in this recorded event […]

Rev. Dr. Traci C. West: “Engendering Solidarity and Defiant Spirituality Among Church Leaders”

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Click here for a video recording of this lecture! “Engendering Solidarity and Defiant Spirituality Among Church Leaders.” In this political moment, how can scholar-activist church leaders create common understandings that undermine patterns of society-wide abuse and intra-communal betrayal, and instead deepen their solidarity with one another? What are effective ways of expressing defiance of heteropatriarchal abuser […]

52 Ways #7: Celebrate International Pronouns Day

ronouns Day is celebrated every year on the third Wednesday in October (21 October 2020 this year) and it offers faith communities an important opportunities to raise awareness of the importance of respecting each person’s chosen pronouns.  For genderqueer, Transgender, and gender non-conforming persons, being referred to by their correct pronouns is basic to their human […]

Bringing Spirituality Out of the Closet: A Webinar for Progressive Catholics with Dr. Craig A. Ford, Jr.

Click here for a video recording of this event! The brave voices of progressive Catholics will be highlighted and affirmed during this virtual gathering space, including Marianne Duddy-Burke of Dignity USA; Francis DeBernardo of New Ways Ministry; and representatives from Families with Dignity. CLGS, DignityUSA, New Ways Ministry, and Families with Dignity will share compelling […]

Sacred Activism: A CLGS Lavender Lunch with Rev. Dr. Roland Stringfellow

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Click HERE for a video recording of this Lavender Lunch! In this Lavender Lunch Rev. Dr. Roland Stringfellow, Coordinator of the CLGS African American Roundtable and Pastor of MCC Detroit, Michigan, explores “sacred activism” as a vocation to work for justice.  Rooted in our current realities and also building upon past movements of resistance and activism, […]