Rev. Dr. John Welch talks about the work of Gamaliel on “The Inclusive Voice with Host Pam McElvane”

On July 16, Rev. Dr. John Welch, Gamaliel board chair, sat down with Pamela McElvane, on her weekly radio show, “The Inclusive Voice with Host Pam McElvane” (WCPT Radio 820 AM), to talk about the impact that Gamaliel is having on communities across this country. You can listen to the interview here: https://soundcloud.com/wcpt820/the-inclusive-voice-show-with-host-pam-mcelvane-071622 Pam is…

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COVID-19 Policy for Gamaliel Transformational Justice Training and Convening, July 16-22, 2022

Gamaliel is committed to the health and safety of all who participate in our trainings and other in-person events. Because variants of the coronavirus continue to emerge, breakthrough cases are becoming more common, and some constituencies do not have access to vaccination records, we have instituted the following policies and practices for the Gamaliel Transformation…

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Gamaliel Transformational Justice Training and Convening

Gamaliel National Leadership Training for Justice-Impacted People, July 16-21, 2022 Start: Saturday, July 16, at 1:00 p.m. End: Thursday, July 21, at noon Gamaliel Transformational Justice Convening, July 21-23, 2022 Start: Thursday, July 21, at 1:00 p.m. End: Saturday, July 23, 10:00 a.m. Location: University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee The Gamaliel Transformational Justice Campaign is…

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COVID-19 Políticas para Eventos Presenciales de Gamaliel

Última actualización 7 de marzo de 2022 Gamaliel está comprometido con la salud y la seguridad de todos los que participan en nuestras capacitaciones y otros eventos presenciales. Debido a que continúan surgiendo variantes del coronavirus que prolongan la pandemia, hemos instituido las siguientes políticas y prácticas para todas las reuniones en persona de Gamaliel.…

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Introducing Rev. B. De Neice Welch, Ntosake Consultant

Ntosake and Gamaliel are excited to welcome Rev. B. De Neice Welch as our new Ntosake Consultant! Rev. Welch is the Senior Pastor of Bidwell Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She attended National Leadership training in 2015, and served as Ntosake Chair for five years. She is a longtime leader, and later organizer, with Pennsylvania…

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Postcards from the Future: The Race and Power Institute

  The Race and Power Institute is an entity within Gamaliel that aims to create a bridge between race analysis and organizing work and provide ongoing professional development and resources for organizers and leaders within and outside the Gamaliel Network at the intersection of policy, praxis, and philosophy. As we move into Gamaliel’s next 35…

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Dominant vs. Transformational Narrative: Mary Lim-Lampe, Genesis

“Genesis has been working to include youth (anyone under the age of 22 years old) into work for many years. The dominant narrative tends to commodify young bodies and faces, while devaluing youth voices and perspectives. These three women are our Summer Internship cohort from 2021.  We are committed to including youth voices because most…

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Meet Our Leaders: Sara Meyer, Quad Cities Interfaith

Although Sara Meyer was an active member of Gamaliel affiliate Quad Cities Interfaith (QCI), until recently, she was adamant that she did not want to attend Gamaliel’s National Leadership Training.   Meyer, a member-at-large of the QCI Board of Directors, attended an Ntosake training and a handful of shorter trainings, but struggled with Gamaliel’s agitational…

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Postcard from the Past: 25th Anniversary

Gamaliel celebrated its 25th anniversary with an International Leadership Assembly in December 2010. Leaders, organizers and Gamaliel supporters from across the United States, England and South Africa gathered in Chicago for a red-carpet affair, during which Ana Garcia-Ashley was installed as Gamaliel’s second Executive Director. Garcia-Ashley joined Gamaliel as an organizer for MICAH (Milwaukee) in 1992 and began her tenure as…

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