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The New Activist

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The New Activist

The New Activist

International Justice Mission

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22
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From IJM comes The New Activist podcast. Each week, you’ll hear from the activists and world changers tackling some of the world’s biggest problems.Presented by International Justice Mission (ijm.org)

Latest Episodes

Whitney and Nick Runyon, Co-Founders of The Archibald Project

The Archibald Project produces stories that increase the number of people caring for orphaned and vulnerable children. There are millions of orphaned and vulnerable children in this world, and caring for any of those children is a complex issue. That's why Whitney and Nick's work is so important. Their resources provide people with the encouragement, answers, and support they need to thrive in their activism. Links from the Interview - Learn more about (and support) The Archibald Project - The New Activist is Presented by International Justice Mission - The score of The New Activist is by Propaganda. The New Activist Social T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

36 MIN1 w ago
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Whitney and Nick Runyon, Co-Founders of The Archibald Project

The Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19

The Asian American Christian Collaborative (AACC) is committed to amplifying the voices, issues, and histories of Asian Americans, both within the church and society at large. Specifically, in this season, they have created a statement titled the “Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19”. It says, in part: “We, the undersigned, join together as Asian American Christians and community leaders to denounce the current rise in overt anti-Asian racism throughout our country." Today, we speak with three of the drafters of this statement: Pastor Raymond Chang, Pastor Gabriel J. Catanus, and Rev. Dr. Jeff M. Liou. Links from the Interview -Read and consider the AACC statement and work. -Stories of Hope from IJM The New Activist Social T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

52 MINAPR 17
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The Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19

Branden Harvey, Good in the Midst of COVID-19

Branden Harvey joins us for a special episode dedicated to finding good in the midst of a the COVID-19 pandemic. Branden is the Founder & CEO of Good Good Good, a media company who creates stories and tools designed to leave us feeling less overwhelmed and more capable of being a part of the good in the world. Links from the Interview - IJM Stories of Hope - Feeding America (US Hunger Relief) - Preemptive Love - Charity: Water Good Good Good Links - Instagram - Free Goodnewspaper - A bunch of good news stories from Good Good Good - All things Good Good Good The New Activist Social T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

40 MINMAR 24
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Branden Harvey, Good in the Midst of COVID-19

Sarah Stewart Holland & Beth Silvers, co-hosts of Pantsuit Politics

Sarah and Beth are the duo behind the popular podcast Pantsuit Politics, “A podcast for real conversations that help us understand politics, democracy, and the news — while still treating each other like thoughtful human beings.” Today we’re going to look at how we can be political activists with strong feelings and beliefs — yet somehow coexist with those we disagree with. -Keep up with Sarah, Beth, Pantsuit Politics, and buy their new book! -Contact your elected official on behalf of IJM, please. -Learn more about the work that IJM all around the world. -Propaganda’s music, merch, podcasting, and tour dates T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

45 MINMAR 16
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Sarah Stewart Holland & Beth Silvers, co-hosts of Pantsuit Politics

Rev. Michael Mather, From Poverty to Abundance

As a young pastor, Rev. Michael Mather was sent to a church whose glory days were behind it. Yet in the midst of a community in transition, Rev. Mather began to see the congregation not as a group in decline – but a vibrant collection of people who weren’t being asked the right questions. This week, Rev. Mather shares his inspiring journey of finding abundance in the unexpected. -Buy Rev. Mather’s fantastic book -Learn more about the work of IJM -Propaganda’s music, merch, podcasting, and tour dates T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

50 MINMAR 2
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Rev. Michael Mather, From Poverty to Abundance

Shannon Service, Director & Producer of Ghost Fleet

Shannon Service is bringing us deep into the waters of the Thai fishing industry. As the Director and Producer of the documentary Ghost Fleet, Shannon is uncovering the humanity of enslaved fisherman, the criminal conspiracy at the heart of the fishing industry, and the stories of those who heroically risk their lives in the name of justice.

34 MINFEB 17
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Shannon Service, Director & Producer of Ghost Fleet

Cheryl Bear, Indigenous Teacher and Storyteller

Cheryl Bear’s introduction must begin with the land. She writes in her bio, “I am Nadleh Whut’en from the Dakelh Nation and Dumdenyoo Clan (Bear clan). My community is in Central BC, on the shores of Fraser Lake.” Today, Cheryl explains the deep importance of that biography, as well as what she’s learned while sharing stories and songs with over 600 indigenous communities throughout Canada and The United States. - Cheryl Bear’s music, speaking, and writing - Learn more about the work of IJM - Propaganda’s music, merch, podcasting, and tour dates Social Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

30 MINFEB 3
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Cheryl Bear, Indigenous Teacher and Storyteller

Latasha Morrison

Latasha Morrison guides us in an important conversation about being a bridge to racial unity. Her unique style of engaging hard conversations head-on is revolutionizing congregations around the U.S. and creating healthy dialogues about race. Original air date: November 30, 2017. -Connect with Latasha & buy her new book -Learn more about IJM and the Esther series Social: Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

34 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Latasha Morrison

Esther pt. 5 - Freedom

In this final episode of our special series, we’ll journey through Esther’s* incredible bravery and tenacity. From finding her sister, to excelling in aftercare, to dreaming about the future - Esther will define what it means to be a survivor. Join the story: ijm.org/rescue-children Social: Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie *Pseudonyms have been used and images have been obscured for the protection of these IJM survivors.

29 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Esther pt. 5 - Freedom

Esther pt. 4 - Rescue

In this fourth part of our special series, we journey through the dramatic series of events that will ultimately change Esther’s* life. But even as we hear how her circumstances change, we’re left to answer questions about what it means to be free, and where God is during immense suffering. Join the story: ijm.org/rescue-children Social: Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie *Pseudonyms have been used and images have been obscured for the protection of these IJM survivors.

29 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Esther pt. 4 - Rescue

Latest Episodes

Whitney and Nick Runyon, Co-Founders of The Archibald Project

The Archibald Project produces stories that increase the number of people caring for orphaned and vulnerable children. There are millions of orphaned and vulnerable children in this world, and caring for any of those children is a complex issue. That's why Whitney and Nick's work is so important. Their resources provide people with the encouragement, answers, and support they need to thrive in their activism. Links from the Interview - Learn more about (and support) The Archibald Project - The New Activist is Presented by International Justice Mission - The score of The New Activist is by Propaganda. The New Activist Social T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

36 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Whitney and Nick Runyon, Co-Founders of The Archibald Project

The Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19

The Asian American Christian Collaborative (AACC) is committed to amplifying the voices, issues, and histories of Asian Americans, both within the church and society at large. Specifically, in this season, they have created a statement titled the “Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19”. It says, in part: “We, the undersigned, join together as Asian American Christians and community leaders to denounce the current rise in overt anti-Asian racism throughout our country." Today, we speak with three of the drafters of this statement: Pastor Raymond Chang, Pastor Gabriel J. Catanus, and Rev. Dr. Jeff M. Liou. Links from the Interview -Read and consider the AACC statement and work. -Stories of Hope from IJM The New Activist Social T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

52 MINAPR 17
Comments
The Statement on Anti-Asian Racism in the Time of COVID-19

Branden Harvey, Good in the Midst of COVID-19

Branden Harvey joins us for a special episode dedicated to finding good in the midst of a the COVID-19 pandemic. Branden is the Founder & CEO of Good Good Good, a media company who creates stories and tools designed to leave us feeling less overwhelmed and more capable of being a part of the good in the world. Links from the Interview - IJM Stories of Hope - Feeding America (US Hunger Relief) - Preemptive Love - Charity: Water Good Good Good Links - Instagram - Free Goodnewspaper - A bunch of good news stories from Good Good Good - All things Good Good Good The New Activist Social T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

40 MINMAR 24
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Branden Harvey, Good in the Midst of COVID-19

Sarah Stewart Holland & Beth Silvers, co-hosts of Pantsuit Politics

Sarah and Beth are the duo behind the popular podcast Pantsuit Politics, “A podcast for real conversations that help us understand politics, democracy, and the news — while still treating each other like thoughtful human beings.” Today we’re going to look at how we can be political activists with strong feelings and beliefs — yet somehow coexist with those we disagree with. -Keep up with Sarah, Beth, Pantsuit Politics, and buy their new book! -Contact your elected official on behalf of IJM, please. -Learn more about the work that IJM all around the world. -Propaganda’s music, merch, podcasting, and tour dates T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

45 MINMAR 16
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Sarah Stewart Holland & Beth Silvers, co-hosts of Pantsuit Politics

Rev. Michael Mather, From Poverty to Abundance

As a young pastor, Rev. Michael Mather was sent to a church whose glory days were behind it. Yet in the midst of a community in transition, Rev. Mather began to see the congregation not as a group in decline – but a vibrant collection of people who weren’t being asked the right questions. This week, Rev. Mather shares his inspiring journey of finding abundance in the unexpected. -Buy Rev. Mather’s fantastic book -Learn more about the work of IJM -Propaganda’s music, merch, podcasting, and tour dates T - @NewActivistIs FB - @NewActivistIs IG - @NewActivistIs www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

50 MINMAR 2
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Rev. Michael Mather, From Poverty to Abundance

Shannon Service, Director & Producer of Ghost Fleet

Shannon Service is bringing us deep into the waters of the Thai fishing industry. As the Director and Producer of the documentary Ghost Fleet, Shannon is uncovering the humanity of enslaved fisherman, the criminal conspiracy at the heart of the fishing industry, and the stories of those who heroically risk their lives in the name of justice.

34 MINFEB 17
Comments
Shannon Service, Director & Producer of Ghost Fleet

Cheryl Bear, Indigenous Teacher and Storyteller

Cheryl Bear’s introduction must begin with the land. She writes in her bio, “I am Nadleh Whut’en from the Dakelh Nation and Dumdenyoo Clan (Bear clan). My community is in Central BC, on the shores of Fraser Lake.” Today, Cheryl explains the deep importance of that biography, as well as what she’s learned while sharing stories and songs with over 600 indigenous communities throughout Canada and The United States. - Cheryl Bear’s music, speaking, and writing - Learn more about the work of IJM - Propaganda’s music, merch, podcasting, and tour dates Social Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

30 MINFEB 3
Comments
Cheryl Bear, Indigenous Teacher and Storyteller

Latasha Morrison

Latasha Morrison guides us in an important conversation about being a bridge to racial unity. Her unique style of engaging hard conversations head-on is revolutionizing congregations around the U.S. and creating healthy dialogues about race. Original air date: November 30, 2017. -Connect with Latasha & buy her new book -Learn more about IJM and the Esther series Social: Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie

34 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Latasha Morrison

Esther pt. 5 - Freedom

In this final episode of our special series, we’ll journey through Esther’s* incredible bravery and tenacity. From finding her sister, to excelling in aftercare, to dreaming about the future - Esther will define what it means to be a survivor. Join the story: ijm.org/rescue-children Social: Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie *Pseudonyms have been used and images have been obscured for the protection of these IJM survivors.

29 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Esther pt. 5 - Freedom

Esther pt. 4 - Rescue

In this fourth part of our special series, we journey through the dramatic series of events that will ultimately change Esther’s* life. But even as we hear how her circumstances change, we’re left to answer questions about what it means to be free, and where God is during immense suffering. Join the story: ijm.org/rescue-children Social: Twitter - @NewActivistIs Facebook - @NewActivistIs Website - www.newactivist.is Host - @EdwardorEddie *Pseudonyms have been used and images have been obscured for the protection of these IJM survivors.

29 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Esther pt. 4 - Rescue
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