Ep 3: Rene August - Apartheid, Diversity, and Scripture
A Broken Hallelujah
In this episode I speak to Rene August, a veteran of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa and a justice advocate for diversity and inclusion. We discuss what it was like for her to grow up in a culture of apartheid, the negative influence of white euro-centric theology on her context, the dangerous power of image in Empire, and the importance of reading Scripture through diverse lenses. Rene calls us to a fresh approach to reading God's story and through that reframing our pain and injustice in new light.
Ep 1: In Conversation with Rene August and Jarrod Mckenna on Faith Justice and Activism
Carol Ng'ang'a joins Rene and Jarrod in conversation as they discuss connections between faith justice activism and day to day pursuit of justice Msingi Talks is a podcast hosted by Msingi Trust that seeks to ventures deeper and make connections in the world of faith advocacy activism. To support the work of Msingi Trust and the production of this podcast, please consider making a donation to us via Paypal: email@example.com Patreon:www.patreon.com/msingitrust Mpesa: +254 792 176 030 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/msingitalks/message
Episode 5 - Interview with Craig Stewart and Rene August of the Warehouse
Stories that Shape Us
Covid-19 has exposed much of the injustice that exists just below the surface that can easily get ignored in our country. Craig Stewart and Rene August of The Warehouse talk about some of the ways that SU prodded an engagement with the disparities of South African society and the role that remains for all of us to engage today.
The Goodness Between - Rene August - 16th February 2020
St Swithin's Walcot
Sunday 16th February 202010am Morning ServiceMatthew 5:21 - 37Rene August is a reconciliation trainer with The Warehouse in Cape Town, South Africa, a worshipping community organisation that walks alongside churches as they seek to respond to the issues of poverty, injustice and inequality.
A veteran of the anti-apartheid movement and an Anglican priest, René August is a reconciliation trainer with The Warehouse, a worshipping community organization in Cape Town, South Africa that walks alongside churches as they seek to respond to the issues of poverty, injustice, and division in a city that struggles with some of the worst inequality in the world.