Rev. Stephany Rose Spaulding

Associate professor and Director, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church

Associate professor and director of Women’s and Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. She also is a pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Colorado Springs and the Founder of the Truth and Conciliation.

Rev. Stephany Rose Spaulding on KCRW

As we get closer to the November 3 election, what role will religion play in influencing the candidates and getting out the vote?

How Christian faith leaders are squaring climate activism with belief

As we get closer to the November 3 election, what role will religion play in influencing the candidates and getting out the vote?

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