Erin Baldwin Day is an innovator and rabble-rouser living on Denaina lands in Midtown. She and her family embrace the practice of radical hospitality as the key to a more just and compassionate world, and believe that a bigger table is always preferable to a taller fence. She pastors progressive, inclusive communities of faith that may or may not look like church, and is convinced that a Jesus-shaped life means an unwavering commitment to social justice and solidarity among the marginalized. She is an organizer of MANAMutual Aid Network of Anchorageand former pastor of the United Methodist Church of Palmer. She is currently working on legislation to end predatory lending practices of payday loans.
Mutual Aid Network of Alaska Website - weareMANA.org
Slides - https://www.dropbox.com/s/twswhk4vhs3atke/UUF%20Presentation%20Slides.pdf?dl=0