Rev. Ogun Holder
Politics, Religion, and Sexuality
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
LGBT people in conservative religions are often cut off from the contemplative or mystic facets of their traditions. Can prayer be a way back in? We're following up last week's Roundtable by interviewing Keisha MacKenzie. Originally from London, Keisha completed undergraduate work in English, law, and political science in Jamaica. She has graduate degrees in technical communication and rhetoric. Through McKenzie Consulting Group, she provides communication, educational, nonprofit, and other consulting services to individual and organizational clients in and beyond the Washington, D.C., metro region. You’ll find her across the Internet and offline, discussing and working on issues in institutional leadership, education, science and technology, the arts, philanthropy, social justice, and the Three Taboos: politics, religion, and sexuality.