the voices that have impacted me

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As mentioned in yesterday’s post, I made it a point this summer to expand my listening horizons. Here’s a list of black and brown voices that have impacted me this season:

  1. Dr. Bernice A. King (daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King, minister, and CEO of The King Center): Website | Twitter
  2. Latasha Morrison (author, podcaster, and founder of Be the Bridge): Website | Podcast | Twitter
  3. Tabitha Brown (her videos will brighten your day with humor and wisdom): Website | Instagram
  4. Jemar Tisby (historian, writer, and speaker): Website | Twitter
  5. Lisa Sharon Harper (speaker, author, artist, and activist): Website | Twitter
  6. Austin Channing Brown (author, speaker, and producer): Website | Twitter
  7. Ekemini Uwan (theologian and podcaster): Website | Podcast | Twitter
  8. Thabiti Anyabwile (author and pastor): Website | Twitter
  9. Dr. Anita Phillips (counselor, podcaster, and author): Podcast | Twitter
  10. Trillia Newbell (author and Director of Community Outreach for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the SBC): Website | Twitter
  11. Rev. Dennis R. Edwards, PhD (author and pastor): Website | Twitter
  12. Rev. Esau McCaulley, PhD (author and assistant professor): Website | Twitter
  13. Jackie Hill Perry (author, teacher, poet, and emcee): Website | Twitter
  14. Lecrae (Christian hip hop artist): Website | Twitter
  15. Malcolm Foley (Director of Discipleship at Mosaic): Website | Twitter
  16. Prop (podcaster, poet, activist, emcee, and Christian hop hop artist): Website | Podcast | Twitter
  17. T.D. Jakes (bishop, author, and filmmaker): Website | Twitter
  18. Bree Newsome Bass (filmmaker, musician, speaker, and activist): Website | Twitter
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