ECC’s Gilliard interviews Rev. Dr. Alex Gee on racial righteousness within the Ahmaud Arbery and COVID-19 tragedies
Dominique Gilliard, Director of Racial Righteousness and Reconciliation for the Love Mercy Do Justice mission priority of the Evangelical Covenant Church, interviewed Rev. Dr. Alex Gee (right) about Ahmaud Arbery, and what his killing means for our nation, the Church and the ECC.
They also discussed Rev. Gee’s racial righteousness work in Madison, WI, through the church’s nonprofit, and the Justified Anger movement it is spearheading in the city. Rev. Gee serves as the senior pastor of Fountain Of Life Covenant Church, and is also the Vice President of the ECC’s African American Ministers Association.
The interview is broken up into topical video segments with links to view each video below:
- Your Work With Justified Anger
- How Justified Anger Has Been A Tool For Racial Righteousness In Madison
- Why Can’t We See Ahmaud Arbery As An Isolated Event?
- How Do We Pastorally Respond In This Crisis Moment?
- What Does Practicing Solidarity Look Like Right Now?
- Can You Pastorally Speak To Our African American Community?
- COVID Racial Disparities
- The Toll Racism Takes On Us Pastorally
For further process and/or questions with this story and its related resources, feel free to contact Gilliard directly using the information below.
Dominique DuBois Gilliard
Director of Racial Righteousness and Reconciliation
The Evangelical Covenant Church