Listen to these unheard clips from Krista's interviews with Joan Brown Campbell and Thomas Hoyt:
Two people with unique perspectives both discovered ecumenism — the movement to reconcile Christian churches — during the Civil Rights era. They'll describe what they've learned about grappling with vexing clashes of difference, and why reconciliation among different Christians still matters in a multi-religious, post-Katrina world.
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A young boy in Detroit watches visitors file past the casket of Rosa Parks. Memorial services for the civil rights icon were held at the Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Voices on the Radio
Campbell is director of the department of religion for the Chautauqua Institution and former general secretary of the National Council of Churches.
Host/Producer: Krista Tippett
Managing Producer: Kate Moos
Executive Producer: Bill Buzenberg
Senior Producer: Mitch Hanley
Associate Producer: Colleen Scheck
Associate Producer: Jody Abramson
Web Producer: Trent Gilliss
Web Production Assistant: Ilona Piotrowska