Briel Slocum, She/Her

Briel Slocum graduated from Messiah University this year in 2021 with a bachelor’s in religion
as well as Peace and Conflict. Briel is looking forward to attending Bethany Seminary in a year
to complete a MDiv in a pursuit to eventually work in Youth Ministry. Briel is blessed to be able
to work with youth and young adults for OEP as they grow their walk in Christ. Briel is vocal
and enjoys engaging in work around racial reconciliation, equality, bettering the lives of inner-
city children and Global peace. During free time Briel loves to hammock, meet new people, and
go on spontaneous adventures.


  • rsvped for Fiebre Tropical Book Club 2021-11-10 20:59:44 -0500

    Fiebre Tropical: A Fiction Book Club on Women’s and Migrant Justice Issues

    Fiebre Tropical: A Fiction Book Club on Women’s and Migrant Justice Issues delves into the issues surrounding migrant justice for women, exploring them specifically for Colombian immigrants. A coming-of-age story, Fiebre Tropical by Juliana Delgado Lopera is written in Spanglish, a choice made by the author which allows the voices and culture of each of the characters to be fully represented. In this Book Club webinar, we--Kyana, Migrant Justice Organizer, and Hannah, Women’s and Gender Justice Organize--plan to explore the interplay between and intricacies of immigration for a queer teenage girl and her family. Within this framework, we will present a short powerpoint and include multiple opportunities for discussion, both large- and small-group. We will then present action items--things that the people who attend the book club should be aware of currently, as well as ways to take action in their own communities.
    WHEN
    November 28, 2021 at 2:00pm
    18 rsvps rsvp

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