Presented by Jé Exodus Hooper
Join us as we explore leadership ideas of imagination, intuition, and meaning-making. Be a part of this platform designed by Jé and brought to you by thoughts for, and appreciation of, his unique gifts to humanism. Louise Jett will also be welcomed as an emerging Leader in the Ethical Culture Movement. This collective sharing of poetry, music, and passionate visions for the past, present, and future of Ethical Culture will stir our imagination and challenge us to bring out our best. Join members of the National Leaders Council and musician of conviction and consciousness, Lindsey Wilson.
Jé Exodus Hooper is an Ethical Culture clergy-Leader within the American Ethical Union and current PhD candidate. Based in the Mid-Atlantic region, his work as creative-clergy and a performance-scholar is focused in decolonizing Humanism, homiletics, and Black Intellectual Thought. His love for performative rhetoric involves decolonized aesthetic of Black homiletic folk-talk– one of imagination as responsive reasoning. His word-working emphasizes human freedom and interconnectedness through embodiment, intuition, creativity, and improvisation. His folx-talk emerges into a love language that aids congregational practice of culture care for empowering community-life.