For this episode, we chat with Enzi Tanner (he/him/his), a trans, disabled, Black American, Jew living in Minneapolis. Enzi is a community organizer, a consultant, a licensed social worker, and an ICF-certified life coach. He explains what it means for him to be an atheist/agnostic Jew looking at racial justice through the lens of the Torah. As an abolitionist, he talks about what you can do to get started as an individual who wants to step into abolitionist work and the importance of this work. We touch on the undeniable connection between Euro-centric Christianity and our American institutions, especially how slavery and white supremacy have impacted policing and prisons. As a coach, Enzi supports his clients to achieve their goals by embracing their authentic selves.
Learn more about Enzi Tanner at: https://www.enzitanner.com/
Also check out:
Movement For Black Lives: https://m4bl.org/
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