In "Resistance and Transformation," a Tapestry of Faith program
Project Leader Resource 2 or distribute the copies you have made. Distribute the story and read it aloud.
Then, post the questions and read them aloud. Invite participants to form groups of three or four and discuss the posted questions, reminding them that their small group may well include different points of view. Allow 15 minutes for small group conversation. Then invite the small groups to rejoin the larger group to share comments and observations.
Refer participants to Workshop 2, Handout 1, Prophetic, Parallel, and Institutional Voices. Distribute copies if participants do not already have them. Invite participants to consider whether Taft or Holmes represents institutional, prophetic, or parallel voices for social justice.
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