Join Natasha Helfer Parker for a fascinating and emotional discussion with Dr. Fatimah Salleh about racism within Christianity and the LDS Church. Please consider taking her upcoming 6-week workshop on dismantling racism within the LDS church. Healing and anti-racism work begins with being willing to sit in spaces where our minds and beliefs are opened and challenged. Fatimah will definitely bring that ability to the table, with a grace and spunk that speaks to my soul.
Rev. Dr. Fatimah S. Salleh, born in Brooklyn, NY to a Puerto-Rican and Malaysian mother and an African American father, she is the eldest of seven. Dr. Salleh received her Ph.D. in Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also earned a Master’s degree from Syracuse University in Public Communication and a second Master’s in Divinity from Duke University. She served a mission in Campinas, Brazil. She is married to Eric Sorensen and they have four children: Micah, Xavier, Ronin and Zora Grace. She is the founder of A Certain Work, an organization dedicated to educating on issues of faith, diversity, equity, and inclusion.
CLICK HERE to sign up for “Spit and Mud: The Messy Miracle of Seeing Christian Racism” a 6-week online workshop, focusing on the impact of racism within the Christian church.
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