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The Protagonistas is a podcast centered on highlighting the stories and experiences of Black, Indigenous, and other women of color among communities of faith. Our conversations sit at the intersection of race, gender, sexuality and spirituality.
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Os Protagonistas

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A caminho das eleições, a SIC Notícias apresenta 'Os Protagonistas'. Da direita à esquerda, dos senadores aos estreantes, Sebastião Bugalho entrevista uma série de personalidades da política nacional até ao dia em que todos seremos, mais uma vez, chamados a votar. Até lá, programas serão apresentados, debates serão travados e um país percorrido. Pelo caminho, teremos realmente entendido quem são os nossos protagonistas? Se os políticos não são todos iguais, o que têm em comum entre eles? Que ...
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Soy Verónica Gutiérrez, una intérprete / traductora que ha buscado voz propia y difusión de la profesión. Este podcast inició después de complementar mi formación ante el micrófono estudiando locución y edición de audio en 2012. Eran otros tiempos indudablemente, otra tecnología y otra forma de hacer podcasts, pero magnífico momento para innovar y ser muy probablemente el primer podcast sobre este oficio y profesión en México. Este podcast, llamó rápidamente la atención de la comunidad mundi ...
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Igual a si próprio, mas com algumas cautelas típicas dos últimos dias de campanha, Pedro Nuno Santos encerra a temporada d’Os Protagonistas com críticas ao critério ‒ a seu ver desequilibrado ‒ no escrutínio que é feito aos candidatos a primeiro-ministro. “Não deixo de registar que sejam tão compreensivos com o meu opositor”, provoca, mas com fairp…
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Não há outro cenário que não ganhar ‒ e mesmo se perdendo, mantém que será recandidato à liderança do PSD e que não se aliará ao Chega. Numa conversa sobre o seu passado e o seu futuro, Luís Montenegro deixa uma comparação com um tempo mais antigo que pode ajudar a decifrar o pós-10 de março. “Há um histórico de governos que duraram uma legislatura…
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Foi tudo com António Costa: líder parlamentar, número 2 no partido e ministra. E esteve lá num dos momentos marcantes da história recente da democracia portuguesa: a primeira reação do Partido Socialista a André Ventura. Era diretora da campanha autárquica do partido em 2017 e foi ela que, do Rato, reagiu pela primeira vez a uma então desconhecida …
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Numa entrevista em que admite ter medo de ser pai, André Ventura fala de como a sua vida mudou em sete anos, desde a controversa entrevista em que visou a etnia cigana quando se candidatou à Câmara de Loures. “Sabia que este caminho teria consequências, mas não pensei que seriam tão evidentes”, reconhece. “Uma pedra, uma faca, a qualquer momento po…
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Marisa Matias, eurodeputada e duas vezes candidata à Presidência da República pelo Bloco de Esquerda, deixa críticas à tradição dos governos mais recentes serem o “bom aluno” da União Europeia, esperando que o próximo governo reconheça a Palestina. Sobre a luta contra a extrema-direita, não abdica de a travar, mas admite ser um equilíbrio difícil: …
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Numa conversa marcada por duas efemérides especiais para si, José Manuel Durão Barroso fala à SIC dos momentos mais definidores do seu percurso público e pessoal. Vinte anos depois de se tornar presidente da Comissão Europeia e meio século depois do 25 de Abril, que viu de perto, o português reconhece que não é tão unânime no seu país de origem qua…
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Vai sair da política, mas a política não sai dele. Numa conversa mais biográfica, muito bem-disposto, António Costa conta parte da sua história antes, durante e depois do exercício de poder. O socialista e europeísta fala dos momentos em que a sua voz mudou o curso dos acontecimentos em Bruxelas, mas também do que deixou por fazer ‒ ou gostava de t…
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A caminho das eleições, a SIC Notícias apresenta 'Os Protagonistas'. Da direita à esquerda, dos senadores aos estreantes, Sebastião Bugalho conversa com uma série de personalidades até ao dia em que todos seremos, mais uma vez, chamados a votar. Até lá, programas serão apresentados, debates serão travados e um país percorrido. Pelo caminho, teremos…
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Join Kat and author of A Brown Girl's Epiphany, Aurelia Davila Pratt, as they chat about what it looks like to reclaim your own intuition and live into new paradigms so we can experience individual and collective liberation. Follow Kat: @kat_armas Follow Aurelia: @revaureliajoyKat Armas による
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In this episode, Kat reads a reflection from Sacred Belonging on women, the Bible, and sexualized violence. Preorder Sacred Belonging. Follow Kat on social media: @kat_armas Read Kat's newsletter: katarmas.substack.com. Leave a review for The Protagonistas!Kat Armas による
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This week Kat chats with Anishinaabe and Ukrainian writer from Lac Seul First Nation, Patty Krawec about her book Becoming Kin. Patty is the cohost of the Medicine for the Resistance podcast and cofounder of the Nii'kinaaganaa Foundation, which collects funds and disperses them to Indigenous people and organizations.…
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In this episode Kat chats about how ecologists have claimed that our world is both chaotic and stable- a truth that can change how we engage with each other and the divine. Subscribe to Kat's newsletter: katarmas.com/newsletter Preorder Sacred Belonging: http://bakerpublishinggroup.com/books/sacred-belonging/406220…
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Did Darwin really say survival is of the "fittest"? and what does it mean to be at home in who we are? Perhaps Jesus had some thoughts on this (as we can see from his interaction with the demon possessed man). Subscribe to Kat's newsletter: katarmas.com/newsletter Follow Kat on social media: @kat_armas…
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Hola Protagonistas listeners! It's so wonderful to be back! In this episode, Kat gives an update on the near-future of the Protagonistas and gives a post-Pentecost reflection. Sign up for Kat's newsletter: katarmas.com/newsletter Follow Kat on social media: @kat_armasKat Armas による
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We have an exciting new episode today with Karen González about her recent book Beyond Welcome! Karen's new book takes us further into the conversation about immigration, challenging us to go deeper than simply welcoming immigrants. In this conversation, Karen and Kat chat about the myth of the good immigrant, immigration in the Bible, assimilation…
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We are back! We took a little hiatus to recuperate after a full Spring and Summer seasons, but Kat is back with an incredible new interview about disability and the church with Dr. Amy Kenny! If you haven't read Amy's book My Body is Not a Prayer Request yet, you 100% should. She is brilliant and hilarious and her work is a much-needed gift to the …
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We have an exciting episode today with Lisa Sharon Harper about her recent book Fortune! As Harper lights a path through national and religious history, she clarifies exactly how and when the world broke and shows the way to redemption for us all. The book culminates with a vision of truth-telling, reparation, and forgiveness that leads to beloved …
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In this episode, Kat chats with Gail Song Bantum about her and her husband, Brian’s new book, Choosing Us: Marriage and Mutual Flourishing in a World of Difference. Gail rewrites the marriage narrative by highlighting mutual flourishing and the freedom and beauty that comes with that in our relationships with our spouses. Reverend Gail Song Bantum …
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This episode, Kat chats with author Alyssa Aldape about the new Disney movie that everyone is talking about (or should we say, singing about?): Encanto! Alyssa shares about power, calling and how Encanto’s insightful messages relate to the church. Follow Alyssa on social media @aaaldape Follow Kat on social media @kat_armas Follow Chasing Justice @…
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In this episode, Kat talks with Candice Benbow about her book, Red Lip Theology. Candice shares about what it looks like to be authentic in our relationships with God and the freedom that comes with that. Candice Marie Benbow is a multi-genre theologian who situates her work at the intersections of beauty, faith, feminism and culture, giving voice …
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In this episode Kat chats with writer, speaker, and singer Sharifa Stevens about reclaiming submission, ridiculous hope, and what it really means to be "awake"- among other things. Sharifa is the daughter of Jamaican immigrants, born and raised in New York, and currently residing with her family in Dallas, TX. She graduated from Columbia University…
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In this episode Kat chats with pastora Inés Velasquez-McBryde about cosiendo and creating- an embodiment of Abuelita Faith. Inés shares about her Abuela Sara (who is featured in Ch. 6 of the book) and about what abuelita theology means to her. Inés was the very first guest on The Protagonistas! She is co-pastor of The Church We Hope For- check them…
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In this episode, Kat chats with the face of The Black Enneagram (on Instagram) Dayo Ajanaku! Dayo and Kat chat about enneagram energies found in Abuelita Faith and what we can learn from abuelita theologians. Follow Dayo: @theblackenneagram Follow Kat: @kat_armasKat Armas による
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In this episode Kat chats with Mvskoke writer and educator, Mariah Humphries. Through her and her ancestors experience navigating the tension between Native and White American culture, Mariah is an educator to non-Native spaces. With over 20 years of vocational ministry service, she is focused on theology, racial literacy and reconciliation within …
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In today's episode Kat chats with Afro-Nuyorican Boricua Dr. Elizabeth Ríos about the Latin@ church, barrio theology, "Progressive Pentecostalism," women in church planting, and so much more. Make sure to follow Dr. Liz on social media: @drlizrios Visit her website: https://www.elizabethrios.com/ Follow Kat Armas @kat_armas Preorder Abuelita Faith …
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In today’s beautiful and personal episode of The Protagonistas, Kat chats with Korean American writer and seminary student, Sarah Williams, about her experiences as a transracial adoptee. Sarah shares some insight on her transracial adoption and what it means to "come out of the fog" in regard to adoption and white supremacy. She also shares some a…
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In this episode, Kat chats with Puerto Rican author and podcaster Lisa Colon Delay about her new book The Wild Land Within: Cultivating Wholeness through Spiritual Practice Kat and Lisa dialogue about the contemplative life, the difference between Eastern and Western traditions (including atonement theories), spiritual formation during these times,…
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In this recap episode, Kat highlights some of the key points in her conversation with Quina Aragon. She also includes a short clip of Quina's recent book Love Gave. Follow Quina on social media: @quina_aragon Follow Kat on social media: @kat_armas Join The Protagonistas' patreon: patreon.com/theprotagonistas…
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In this week's conversation, Kat chats with Jamaican, Filipina, Puerto Rican children’s book author and spoken word poet Quina Aragon about her mixed identity, a biblical theology of ethnic identity, why adults need children's books, and a little bit about her recent book "Love Gave." Visit Quina's website: quinaaragon.com Instagram: @quina_aragon …
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In this episode, Kat chats with Afro-Latina writer and podcaster Karla Mendoza about her story in leaning into joy and taking up space, as well as her journey of decolonizing. Follow Karla on Twitter: @dearkarla_ and Instagram: @dearkarla Also check out her podcast: El Cafecito with KarlaKat Armas による
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In this episode, Kat chats with Tiffany Bluhm about her new book, Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up. Tiffany and Kat chat about power dynamics, the silencing of women, sexual assault in Scripture and elsewhere, and how BIWOC are uniquely affected by these injustices. Tiffany also expounds on all her th…
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Kat chats with Asian American researcher, educator, consultant, and zine-creator Bianca Mabute-Louie about her spiritual upbringing, creativity in justice work, her PhD focus, and ultimately: anti-Asian racism...and how we can imagine a new future together. Bianca conducts research, creates resources, and facilitates workshops to support individual…
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In this episode Kat chats with Dr. Quantrilla Ard about her spirituality and faith, and the importance of believing in a practical God. This practical God is what led her to receive her PhD which centers research on Maternal Discrimination Stress and Negative Birth Outcomes among Black women and their babies. Dr. Quanny breaks down her journey towa…
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Welcome to the Protagonistas 2.0! In this episode, Kat chats with Morgan Pomaika’i Lee. Morgan is Christianity Today’s global media manager and the cohost of their podcast, Quick to Listen. In this episode, Morgan and Kat talk about the power of naming, as well as being a mixed race person, and how social location matters. If you’re someone who is …
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In the last interview episode of 2020 Kat chats with author, speaker, pastor (and so much more) Sandra Van Opstal!Kat and Sandra chat about Sandra’s upbringing: being the daughter of immigrants and how that has influenced the way she teaches and leads others in navigating their place in the world. Kat and Sandra also chat about recentering power an…
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In this second part of the conversation, Ally and Kat chat about pentecostalism, gender and the expectations of women in the church: how racism and sexism are so intertwined that it’s oftentimes hard to pick to the two apart, and how women of color are often seen as suspect just for existing.They also talk about anti-racist work and spiritual forma…
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You can follow her on Instagram at @oshetamoore And here for links to more of her work: https://linktr.ee/oshetam Questions to reflect on: What are some ways you cultivate peace in your daily life? In what ways, or how can you “reach back” or “look back” to knowledge gained in the past and bring it into the present in order to make positive progres…
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