Kaitlin Curtice: Silence, Faith, and Indigenous Culture (Part One)

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Kaitlin B. Curtice is a member of the Potawatomi Nation, as well as a Christian, public speaker, and poet. She is the author of Native: Identity, Belonging, and Rediscovering God, which has been highly praised by Barbara Brown Taylor ("Kaitlin Curtice is one of the braver writers I know. She won't smooth any edges for you, and she won't let you change the subject, but she'll support you digging as deeply for your roots as she has for hers.") and Richard Rohr ("Curtice is a brave truth-teller and a prophetic voice we need to be listening to, and Native is a book that will guide us toward a better future"). Kaitlin is also the author of Glory Happening: Finding the Divine in Everyday Places. This is part one of a two part episode. Part Two will be released on June 22, 2020. She travels widely, speaking on matters of faith and justice within the church as it relates to indigenous peoples, and has been a featured speaker at conferences such as Why Christian, Evolving Faith, the Wild Goose, and the Festival of Faith and Writing. Kaitlin B. Curtice is a monthly columnist for Sojourners, has contributed to On Being and Religious News Service, and has been featured on CBS and in USA Today and the New Yorker for her work on having difficult conversations within the church about colonization. You can learn more about her and explore her blog at www.kaitlincurtice.com. If my identity as an indigenous person matters, whatever my spirituality is... it has to be tied to breaking apart systems of colonization if I'm going to be a person that is made to love others. — Kaitlin B. Curtice Being outside... isn't perfect silence, but it's silence with the sounds of what nature offers us, and I think that is a kind of silence, because it quiets us, and it allows us to hear something other than ourselves... that's the deep well that I draw from. — Kaitlin B. Curtice Some of the resources and authors we mention in this episode: Kaitlin B. Curtice, Native: Identity, Belonging, and Rediscovering God Kaitlin B. Curtice, Glory Happening: Finding the Divine in Everyday Places. Richard Rohr, What Do We Do With the Bible? Gregory Alan Isakov, This Empty Northern Hemisphere Kerry Connelly, Good White Racist? Confronting Your Role in Racial Injustice Episode 104: Silence, Faith, and Indigenous Culture: A Conversation with Kaitlin B. Curtice (Part One) Hosted by: Carl McColman With: Cassidy Hall and Kevin Johnson Guest: Kaitlin B. Curtice Date Recorded: April 20, 2020 Featured photo by Karim Sakhibgareev on Unsplash.

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