Rev. Broderick Greer is a 2015 graduate of Virginia Theological Seminary, Broderick is currently Associate Rector at Grace St. Luke's Episcopal Church and School in Memphis. Broderick often lectures and facilitates conversations at the intersection of social media, American history, queer theory, black theology, human rights, and racial justice. His work has appeared in The Guardian, Teen Vogue, The Washington Post, and The Huffington Post.
In light of the events in Charlottesville, we invited Broderick in to discuss race in America and its role in the criminal justice system. From 15th century Portuguese conquerors to the current battle with white supremacists, the story is the same - people of color always lose out. Despite that, Broderick offered us a message of encouragement, a healthy dose of clarity, and uncanny insight into faith and race in America.