Social Justice

Series | Social Justice Tourism – Napa Valley, California

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At 48, my pallet has evolved from my younger days when the only crushed grapes my friends and I knew were the top-of-the-line wine Carlos Rossi and a motel that would leave the light on. Much has changed with me and Napa as well. Growing up near one of the worlds premier viticulture regions in the world, the epicenter of wine country seemed a world away from my East Bay home in Richmond, California.

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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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