Black History Month podcasts
Inderjit Bhogal is a leading theologian and Methodist minister, he is founder and president of City of Sanctuary and a former President of the Methodist Conference. In this podcast, the connexional Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Adviser, Bevan Powell, interviews Inderjit on his journey of faith, his career and his work supporting minorities.
The Revd Arlington Trotman talks about his early life in Barbados and his move to England when he was a teenager. He talks about the racism he encountered when he tried to find a church to worship at and his work with the Churches’ Commission for Racial Justice.
This week’s podcast for Black History Month features the leading black theologian and Methodist local preacher, Anthony Reddie, discussing his essay “Reassessing the Inculcation of an Anti-Racist Ethic for Christian Ministry: From Racism Awareness to Deconstructing Whiteness” with Dr. Revd Inderjit Bhogal.
Black History Month Podcast 4 - Revd Sonia Hicks and Revd Charity Nzegwu
This week's podcast features the President designate of the Methodist Conference, Revd Sonia Hicks, in conversation with Revd Charity Nzegwu discussing their ministry as black women.
Black History Month Podcast 5 - Jasmine Yeboah, Isaac Nketiah-Boateng and Rodney Coker
As part of Black History Month, Jasmine Yeboah - a former Methodist Youth President, Rodney Coker - a JPIT intern and Isaac Nketiah-Boateng - British Youth Council Rep, consider black leadership in the Church.