VALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 7/23/13)—Romal Tune, author of God’s Graffiti: Inspiring Stories for Teens made an appearance on the PBS program Religion and Ethics Newsweekly on Friday, July 19, to discuss the religious community’s reaction to the Zimmerman verdict.
Tune shared insights on the types of conversations that are occurring in the African American community and the role of the church in this dialogue.
Check your local station’s schedule for air date/time or watch the interview online at http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/2013/07/19/july-19-2013-religious-reaction-to-george-zimmerman-verdict/19364/.
Romal Tune is founder and executive administrator of two touchstone organizations dedicated to connecting faith communities, corporate and public entities, social-change advocates, and underserved young people: the national nonprofit Faith for Change, which solicits community involvement with high-needs schools, and FFC Consulting, which engages and connects companies and organizations with the faith-based community at large.
Founded in 1824, Judson Press—a publishing ministry of the American Baptist Home Mission Societies, American Baptist Churches USA—produces Christ-centered leadership resources for the transformation of persons, congregations, communities and cultures.
American Baptist Churches is one of the most diverse Christian denominations today, with over 5,200 local congregations comprised of 1.3 million members, across the United States and Puerto Rico, all engaged in God’s mission around the world.