We are so excited to bring you the next set of interviews of Fortification: Spiritual Sustenance for Movement Leadership. We see Fortification as a continued opportunity to hear from people within and across faith and spiritual traditions talking about some of the questions facing organizers, communities and institutions in these times.
In December, we had an opportunity to have conversations with a number of members Auburn's Resilient Leaders Across a Fractured Country, amplifying the lessons of spiritually-resilient leaders in the South, Midwest, and Southwest.
In today's conversation Caitlin speaks with Pancho Argüelles, organizer, popular educator and Executive Director of Living Hope Wheelchair Association. In the conversation they talk about campaigns as a tool to build movement, the urgency of critical interaction, both the honey AND the shit, the grace that comes with vulnerability and more.
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We're looking forward to continuing these conversations with you and yours.
Caitlin Breedlove, Abhimanyu Janamanchi & Nora Rasman
Fortification Podcast Crew