Ryan Cagle, pastor, spiritual director and founding organizer of Jubilee House in Walker County, Alabama, joins Casey this week. Ryan tells us about mutual aid efforts deep in the rural South and what it means to build solidarity among our neighbors regardless of political affiliation. Our conversation is yet another effort on Public Theologians to give some dimension to the flattened narrative of the backwards and racist South. Yeah, we've got problems, but as Ryan points out, "the ground is fertile."
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