Writing, for me, is special because it gives me the space to think in public with persons past and present. But it’s also special to me for another reason: it allows for me to be in dialogue with others who care enough to read my own thoughts in conversation with their own. I’m grateful that my past work has helped me be in conversations with other scholars, with other leaders in the Church, and with activists doing the hard work of bringing a more just world into being. 

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