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Arkansas LGBTQ+ Justice Advocates to Speak at National Forum on Spiritual Violence

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Liz Edman
One of two posters which are promoting the New York City Anti-Violence Project forums to be staged at Trinity Church Wall Street.

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church pastor Clint Schnekloth, and Lisa Stuart, a trans activist with NWA Equality in Fayetteville will appear on a national panel of experts September 30th discussing spiritual violence — classified as an individual who uses spiritual or religious beliefs to hurt, scare or control others. A current example is right-wing Christian politicians in the U.S. enacting strict laws terminating LGBTQ+ civil rights. Episcopal priest Rev. Elizabeth Edman, author of Queer Virtue, is facilitating two free broadcast forums on the subject September 23rd as well as the 30th at 5pm central. Pre-registration is required.

Jacqueline Froelich is an investigative reporter and news producer for Ozarks at Large.
Kyle Kellams is KUAF's news director and host of Ozarks at Large.
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