Sandbox Cooperative Podcast

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Summary

In this episode we talked with Harry Williams, whose work has centered on marginalized members of the inner city community in Oakland, CA. Early on, Harry learned the power of the pen for social change – including writing music. (Fun fact, Harry was a fixture in the underground hip-hop movement of the early 1980s in New York City, then known as “The Incredible Mr. Freeze.”) Harry challenges us to take our faith and move it further toward real impact in our lives and communities.

To learn more about Harry Williams visit RevHarryWilliams.us or find Harry on Facebook.

Listen to “Gone,” a song by Harry (aka OG Rev) about the violence his community faces in Oakland, CA.

Find out more about Harry’s upcoming book here: Street Cred: A Hood Minister’s Guide To Urban Ministry, or donate to the book’s GoFundMe page

Show Notes

In this episode we talked with Harry Williams, whose work has centered on marginalized members of the inner city community in Oakland, CA. Early on, Harry learned the power of the pen for social change – including writing music. (Fun fact, Harry was a fixture in the underground hip-hop movement of the early 1980s in New York City, then known as “The Incredible Mr. Freeze.”) Harry challenges us to take our faith and move it further toward real impact in our lives and communities.

To learn more about Harry Williams visit RevHarryWilliams.us or find Harry on Facebook.

Listen to “Gone,” a song by Harry (aka OG Rev) about the violence his community faces in Oakland, CA.

Find out more about Harry’s upcoming book here: Street Cred: A Hood Minister’s Guide To Urban Ministry, or donate to the book’s GoFundMe page

What is Sandbox Cooperative Podcast?

In an often contentious, fractured society, Sandbox Cooperative seeks to build an extended community of listeners; knocking down walls of division with curiosity and conversation. Twice a month we explore topics that people are actually talking about, considering them through a lens of spirituality, humor and discovery. You’ll discover a permission giving platform to explore new ideas with an ever-growing perspective of our world, and as the hosts regularly say, “there is always more room in the Sandbox.”