Episode from the podcastPeace Talks Radio

Native Peace Values / Reconciling Clergy Abuse

Released Wednesday, 6th January 2021
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A two-part edition of PEACE TALKS RADIO this time. First, host Megan
Kamerick visits with Glenn Aparicio Parry, author of "Original Politics:
Making America Sacred Again, which explores how the best aspects of the
United States -- ideas like liberty, equality and justice -- were inspired
by Native American cultures. Megan also talks with Oren Lyons, who is a
faith-keeper of the Turtle Clan, Onondaga Council of Chiefs, with the Six
Nations Iroquois Confederacy. In part two of our program, Megan talks with
Stephanie Lepp. She’s the producer of the Reckonings podcast. In one of
her episodes of Reckonings, Stephanie featured a real-life story of two
people who are working together to find healing and solutions to clergy
sexual abuse.

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