On this seventh episode of Every Day Grace TV Jay Locklear, Margaret Brunson, and Belton Joyner explore what it means to be an artist in the world today. Our special guest is Monica Daye, founder and executive director off StandUp-SpeakOut. You can learn more about this transformative organization at www.susonc.org.
On this special episode of EDGTV, we follow up with Rev. Hannah Adair Bonner who has now been standing for justice for Sandra Bland at Waller County Jail for 74 days. We also had a rare opportunity to speak to Sandra Bland’s sisters, Shavon, Shante and Sierra. This show marks a transition to Margaret Brunson… Continue Reading→
On this inspiring episode of EDGTV you’ll meet Hannah Adair Bonner, Otis Hardy, Lisa Yebuah and Margaret Brunson who talk about taking the risk to end racism. Hannah Adair Bonner is the Curator of Shout in Houston, Texas. Lisa Yebuah is a Campus Pastor at Edenton Street UMC in Raleigh, N.C., Otis Hardy is a… Continue Reading→
On this compelling episode of EDGTV we delve into conversations about racism by holding a mirror up to “Whiteness.” Our guests for this show were Holly Roach from Faith Rooted Organizing Un-Network and Transform Network; Steve Knight, Director of Sales & Marketing of Chalice Press; and our resident Biblical Storyteller, Belton Joyner.
On this insightful episode of Every Day Grace TV we explore literacy with guests, Risa Cheney and Alice Bull, from Fayetteville Urban Ministry and Ashley Graney from Read and Feed. We also explore the idea of religious literacy with Belton Joyner. And, EDGTV co-host Jay Locklear shares some powerful spoken word. This is not a… Continue Reading→
On this innovative episode of Every Day Grace TV we explore what it means to be human in an increasingly robotic age. Our guests are Tyler Bletsch, Terrorbytes mentor, Ethan Atkinson, robot aficionado, Jack the Gripper and the Terrorbytes team. We conclude this episode with Biblical storyteller, Belton Joyner who discusses what it means to… Continue Reading→
On this episode of Every Day Grace TV we explore two questions: “Are You Happy With Your Place in the World?” and “If You Could Change Anything About Your Place What Would You Change?” Join us for this special time with Laura Thrower, rickshaw driver and teacher, Britton and Audra Shackelford, a fishing family and… Continue Reading→
Join us on this first episode of EDGTV where we’ll explore why our stories matter with Laura Michelle Foley, Kegan Dean Rushing and Belton Joyner.