Special Guest Speaker: Rev. Anne Dunlap, Faith Coordinator
I’ve been doing justice work for what seems like my whole life (I wrote my first protest letter when I was 10). Nurtured into faith-rooted organizing in the Central America solidarity movement in the 1980s, I’m particularly grateful to the Central American, Black, immigrant, worker, and indigenous leaders who have challenged and taught me to think and act more deeply about what it means to be human, and what it means to be free. I’m an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ and I’m also the founder of FierceRev Remedies, offering herbal consults, workshops, mentorship as well as consulting, teaching, and preaching, all towards the goal of racial justice and collective liberation that’s rooted in practice with the land. I’m proud to be from Arkansas, and have lived in a lot of different places; now I am happy to call Buffalo, NY home. I love life with my beloved and our kitty, herbcrafting, long nature rambles, snuggling baby goats, loving on my people, music, books, and poetry, and building community.