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SPECIAL: Put Your Bodies On The Line: Showing up on the frontlines where you live is a phrase we use often at Preemptive Love. And in this special episode, we ask: What does it look like to put our bodies on the line in the US today? In the midst of a wave of protests sweeping all 50 states, and on at least four continents, declaring the truth that Black Lives Matter, we have a chance to make our presence matter. Faitth Brooks, director of programs at Be The Bridge, and Nick Mahlstadt, a father of seven from small-town Iowa, join us for compelling conversations on what it means to show up in anti-racism work.

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SPECIAL: Put Your Bodies On The Line: Showing up on the frontlines where you live is a phrase we use often at Preemptive Love. And in this special episode, we ask: What does it look like to put our bodies on the line in the US today? In the midst of a wave of protests sweeping all 50 states, and on at least four continents, declaring the truth that Black Lives Matter, we have a chance to make our presence matter. Faitth Brooks, director of programs at Be The Bridge, and Nick Mahlstadt, a father of seven from small-town Iowa, join us for compelling conversations on what it means to show up in anti-racism work.

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In the US, our Black brothers and sisters, whose forced physical, mental, and emotional labor built so many of our communities, are asking for presence from those of us who aren’t Black. And this isn’t new. They've been asking. They’ve been fighting for their lives for four hundred years—four hundred years too long.As host Erin Wilson shares in this episode: Throughout the war with ISIS, Preemptive Love chose to stay in Iraq. We chose to travel to the frontlines and stand with the people being crushed by violence and oppression. We did it out of love...and for some, that mattered. It mattered that we chose to stay. It mattered that we put our bodies on the line with theirs.And now we, all of us, need to show up on the frontlines in the US, too. In the midst of a wave of protests sweeping all 50 states, and on at least four continents, declaring the truth that Black Lives Matter, we have a chance to make our presence matter.In this breaking episode, we hear from:Faitth Brooks, director of programs for Be The Bridge and co-host of Melantated Faith podcast. Faitth shares what it looks like to be a co-conspirator by stepping behind the marginalized and supporting the work without co-opting or centering.Nick Mahlstadt, friend of Preemptive Love and father of seven, shares what he's learned about stepping out in front — not to co-opt or take over— but to literally stand between the oppressed and their oppressor.Both Faitth and Nick also share the idea that being anti-racist means showing up to do the everyday, unglamorous work of justice.Visit show notes page.Links from this episode:Melanated Faith podcast Be The BridgeThe Move ProjectFaitth's Book Recommendations:How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. KendiI'm Still Here by Austin Channing BrownBe The Bridge 101White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide by Carol AndersonWhite Fragility: Why It’s So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngeloRecommendations from Be The BridgeFaith's Podcast Recommendations:Melanated Faith podcast  '1619' podcastCode SwitchSeeing White
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