The galvanization of the Black church greatly aided Georgia’s bluest political victories in the recent historical elections. As the Scripture goes, “Faith without works is dead.” No one knows this better than organizers of faith communities like Billy Michael Honor (@BillyMHonor). Public scholar, community organizer and Georgia resident, Honor’s foray into organizing came by way of national tragedy and has been bolstered by a deep interest in and care for humanity. His work with the New Georgia Project, Rev. Raphael Warnock, and The Aspen Institute is the outgrowth of both his beliefs and lineage as a man of faith and the people. Hear Honor’s thoughts on everything from bipartisan faith leadership to the deeper legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on this special episode of Ground Game.
- Billy Michael Honor: www.bmhonor.com
- The New Georgia Project: www.newgeorgiaproject.org
- The Aspen Institute: www.aspeninstitute.org
- The Hush Harbor Series: www.thehushharborseries.com
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