Brave Women's Conference 2016 - April 29-30, 2016 at Austin Oaks Church
Featuring Eloise Sepeda, restorative justice advocate
Kat Cannon hosts an online conversation with Eloise Sepeda on what women of courage can do to bring healing to the racial divide in our nation. Eloise is a Board Member of Life Anew serving the needs of restoration with Offenders and Society. Today, she is a speaker and teacher of the gospel; she continues to participate extensively to fulfil her mandated mission: to transform lives, heal hearts, and win souls. Mendez Middle School has awarded her a 2012-2013 Community Service Award. She also participates in community diversity discussions in a variety of formats and communities.
View the recorded conversation below. More questions for Eloise? Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, view the Racial Reconciliation Conversation Guide for ways you can begin to start the healing conversations in your community.
View previous conversations on our YouTube Channel
HOW BRAVE WOMEN CAN HELP BRING RACIAL RECONCILIATION
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