People of Note: Andre Henry – Musician, Author, Activist

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While the events discussed in “All the White Friends I Couldn’t Keep” were playing out, Henry wrote his popular song “Playing Hookey” about his frustrations with White Evangelism. As he’s grown as a community activist — helping lead marches in Pasadena and even carrying a boulder around to represent the burden that Black people face in society — he’s processed through his own beliefs about Christianity and the person of Jesus.

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Hiking Above Denver As The Seasons Change

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That’s the beauty of connecting with nature. It reminds us how small we are in the grand scheme of things. With technology sucking us into an endless scroll of daily tragedies, celebrity gossip and catchy tunes we don’t even really want stuck in our head, it’s invigorating and reviving to clear your head with a fresh mountain hike.

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