What is the SpiritHouse Project?

The SpiritHouse ProjectThe SpiritHouse Project is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization that uses the arts, research, education, action, and spirituality to bring diverse peoples together to work for racial, economic, and social justice, as well as for spiritual maturity.

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Who We AreWho We Are

We are an intergenerational network of diverse people who work for racial and social justice.

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our work today

N. Gordon CosbyN. Gordon Cosby Seasoned Voices Fellowship
Created in Fall 2013, in honor of the late N. Gordon Cosby, the founder and spiritual director of the Church of the Saviour community in Washington, D.C.


Rev. Dr. Susan K. Smith has been named our First Seasoned Voice Fellow. She is a seasoned voice of 58 years, who served more than 22 years as a pastor of a UCC church in Columbus, Ohio.

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Jonathan Daniels & Samuel YoungeJonathan Daniels &
Samuel Younge Institute

Named after two Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) activists who were murdered during the Southern Freedom Movement. Through the Institute, SpiritHouse supports and prepares a new generation of activists to work on racial justice and its interlocking connections.

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SisterAll - Soul Force for Social ChangeSisterAll: Soul Force For Social Change
Renewing the work of Black women as powerful and dedicated racial justice workers who brought us through the violent and oppressive days of segregation. SisterAll returns us to a powerful legacy and tradition of organizing across our differences for the common good and liberation of our communities.

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RUBY SALES of the spirithouse project appears on the our common ground podcast – august 2014

On August 23, 2014, Rev. Dr. Ruby Sales appeared on the podcast Our Common Ground, hosted by Janice Graham, for the episode "Ferguson Under Siege: Occupation in America". Also appearing on the show was Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou.
Listen to the conversation here.


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Breaking the Silence on Modern-Day Lynching
Join us on SpiritHouse's Facebook page to read about and report
recent activities.

September 12 - 13, 2014, st. louis, mo area:
teach-in & preach-in tent revival for social justice

       


Breaking the Silence on Modern-Day lynching

A report issued by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement said that one black man is killed in America every 36 hours. Although the crime rate in the United States is going down, the percentage of police shootings is increasing... and the disturbing fact is that the white police are shooting black, unarmed victims.

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