Note: To purchase a discounted ticket for the performance at BAM on Monday, 10/17, click here and use this discount code: 56071
I'm so excited to be part of the Together Tour! With stops in six different cities—Portland, Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn, Atlanta, and Denver—this is going to be amazing. Check out the dates below, and to buy tickets, click here.
Jacqui joins thought-leaders Glennon Doyle Melton (NY Times Bestselling Author of Carry On, Warrior and the forthcoming memoir, LOVE WARRIOR and the founder of Momastery.com & the nonprofit Together Rising.), Seane Corn (internationally celebrated yoga teacher, impassioned global activist and co-founder of Off the Mat, Into the World®.), Valarie Kaur (award-winning filmmaker, civil rights lawyer, Sikh thought leader, activist & entrepreneur), and special guests in each city. Collectively, these women have inspired millions through their books, speaking engagements, blogs, films and more.
Together is 6-city nationwide tour that will be a night of sisterhood, storytelling, and empowered action that paves the way for connection and collaborative change. This event will bring together the best in transformational ideas, influencers and organizations around a new vision for our world.
For more information and to buy tickets, click here.
I lost my Mom on April 25, just two weeks after her 80th birthday, and five days after she and Dad celebrated 58 years of marriage. Mom was a fighter who gave stage four metastatic lung cancer an amazing fight for seven years. Whenever we told her we love her she replied joyfully, “I love you more!”
On Good Friday, my mom was hospitalized with pneumonia and the doctors confirmed that her cancer had spread throughout her body. She is in hospice now. I flew to Chicago that day and flew back to New York for Easter morning. As I wrote this year’s Easter sermon, my Good Friday and Easter Sunday theologies took on even more poignant meaning. I love Mom SO much. Even in the midst of grief, she resists her cancer and its power to end her life. She is the most resilient person I know. Even in these twilight times, Mom just keeps rising! After you listen to the sermon, let me know how you experience resistance and resilience in the face of your Good Friday moments and how the rising of Easter is real in your life. I’d love to hear from you!!
Today, The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote on the Trump Ryan Take Care Away Death Bill. If passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump, this bill will lead to more death, more hurt, and more pain for millions of people and families across this nation.
The executive orders coming out of the White House are destroying the lives of the vulnerable, inside and outside our borders. We won't be silent; we will resist. We will continue to stand in solidarity with those on the margins; we will demand justice from our leaders.