This conversation is part of the new interview series Gathering Voices.
Rev. Jason Carson Wilson is the founding executive director of the Washington, D.C.-based Bayard Rustin Liberation Initiative, a LGBTQIA/POC-focused domestic and international policy advocacy organization. He also serves as Minister of Social Justice Education at University Church in Chicago. He previously served as Justice & Peace Policy Fellow in United Church of Christ, Justice & Witness Ministries’ D.C. office, where he lobbied for just domestic policies. He’s a graduate of Chicago Theological Seminary and a former newspaper reporter.
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