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Mae Cannon on Churches for Middle East Peace | Dangerous Dogma | August 17, 2021

Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Executive Director of Churches for Middle East Peace, talks with Word&Way President Brian Kaylor about the work of CMEP and her book Beyond Hashtag Activism. She also discusses conflict in Gaza, the end of Benjamin Netanyahu's tenure as prime minister, and the impact of COVID-19 in the region.

Do Justice - Advocacy: It’s More than Social Media with Mae Elise Cannon | CRC | July 14, 2021

Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon is a featured guest on the CRC's podcast, Do Justice, speaking about social justice activism beyond social media engagement, Beyond Hashtag Activism.

SPU Chapel - Winter Quarter Week 6: Harm, Healing, and Hope | Seattle Pacific University | February 9, 2021

Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon shares a message on harm, healing, and hope during SPU Chapel as part of their partnership with OIEX services.

OIEX Diversity Lecture: Justice and Shalom | Seattle Pacific University | February 2, 2021

Last year, the Office of Inclusive Excellence launched the annual diversity lecture to bring thought leaders to Seattle Pacific University who can inspire and challenge individuals to engage the theological, cultural, and institutional aspects of this work. The exploration of this year’s theme, “Justice and Shalom,” seeks to practice grace-filled and spirit-led intercultural and ecumenical listening and, in doing so, seek a full understanding of God's vision of Shalom for all people and all creation. It also seeks to explore the role of Christian orthodoxy, orthopraxy, and orthopathy in the work of justice, and expand our imagination of what can be different coming out of this pandemic time and find application for our Gospel hope. This year’s speakers include, Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Executive Director, Churches for MIddle East Peace, Rev. Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Professor of Theology, Earlham School of Religion, and Dr. Randy Woodley, Distinguished Professor of Faith and Culture; Director of Intercultural and Indigenous Studies, Portland Seminary.

Mae Elise Cannon: The Joy of the Social Justice Life - The Apprentice Gathering (October 2015)

When social justice is fully expressed, we have a small glimpse of God’s kingdom being manifested on the earth. These moments are cause for great joy and celebration! We rejoice in the assurance that one day every tear will be wiped from the eyes of those who are hurting. There will be no more death, mourning, crying or pain – for the old order of things will have passed away (Rev 21:4) and the kingdom of God will be here. The joy of the social justice life provides opportunity to celebrate and worship – acknowledging the character and nature of God – that He is good! Dr. Mae Elise Cannon spoke at the 2015 Apprentice Institute National Conference

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