Sat, Aug 19|
Speaking & Community Event
Don't miss our August icuTalks event! Thrilled to have Meghan Tschanz, author, and host of the Faith and Feminism podcast, as the keynote speaker. Join us for an inspiring evening featuring Meghan Tschanz, Kim Honeycutt, and James Clayton. Free tickets are available. RSVP now!
Time & Location
Aug 19, 6:00 PM
Watershed, 2101 Shenandoah Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205
About the Event
Join us for the exciting icuTalks event in August! We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Meghan Tschanz, an incredible author and host of the inspiring Faith and Feminism podcast, will be gracing our stage as the keynote speaker. Get ready to be captivated by her powerful words. Following an engaging community hour, we have a lineup that you won't want to miss. Meghan Tschanz, along with the brilliant Kim Honeycutt and James Clayton, will take the stage to share their thought-provoking insights. Trust us, you don't want to miss out on what they have to say! Secure your free tickets now by RSVPing.
For years I worked as a missionary with sexually exploited and oppressed women. After befriending them and hearing their stories, they taught me what no one else could have: how to take a stand.
Through witnessing the extreme oppression of other women, I finally started using my voice on behalf of others. As I spoke out against the atrocious injustices that they endured, ranging from rape to being beaten within an inch of their lives to worse, I started to notice a link. Their oppression, while more life-threatening and extreme, had the same roots as my own.⠀
Their oppression, while much more extreme, had the same roots. When it came down to it, inequality, a “less-than” view of women was what was driving the violence, the purchase, and the oppression of women.⠀⠀
The truth is you do not buy a woman unless she is an object. You do not assault her unless her consent does not matter. You do not silence her unless you believe her voice is not valuable. ⠀
Slowly, through learning to speak up to their injustice, I was able to speak out against the injustice I had endured myself. These women I met gave me my most cherished gift: a voice.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
And that’s what led me to feminism. Even though the pages of the Bible scream against injustice, and Jesus was a true feminist, I didn’t see feminism’s holy power until I met these brave and incredible women around the globe.⠀
That’s why I host a podcast called Faith and Feminism, that’s why I have a book coming out in February, and honestly, that’s why I finally see my own worth and value.⠀
Connect with Meghan online at MeghanTschanz.com