The Rhythms of Sacred Justice with Koach Baruch Fraizer and Shoshana Akua Brown
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Koach Baruch Frazier – rabbinic student and co-founder of the Tzedek Lab  – shares stories of living at the intersection of Black, trans, queer and Jewish identities. In this conversation with organizer and educator Shoshana Akua, KB explores the griefs and joys of connecting to ancestry, offers insight into resilience through the practice of lament and speaks to the power of drumming as a spiritual tool and political act.   
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