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Living Legend: Shelley Smith
That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
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Season Four - Martha Shelley
Brooklyn-born Martha Shelley was a rebel. She didn’t like being told what to do, wear, or say. She hated the lesbian bars, and after joining the Daughters of Bilitis she strained against the self-imposed limits of the homophile movement. Coming of age in the 1960s, she was ready for revolution.Learn more about Martha Shelley in this interview for the website “Stonewall: Riot, Rebellion, Activism, and Identity” (the audio file is embedded at the bottom of the transcript page). Martha’s oral history is included in Eric Marcus’s book Making History.In this episode, Martha mentions how the FBI monitored DOB's activities. To see samples of their investigative work, check out the declassified files collected on this webpage.Martha Shelley was one of the participants in the July 4th Annual Reminders, picket lines organized by homophile organizations from 1965 to 1969 at Philadelphia’s Independence Hall. You can see footage of the 1968 Annual Reminder in “The Second Largest Minority,” a short documentary by Lilli Vincenz, here.Martha Shelley has written fiction and poetry, and her short stories, essays, and poems have appeared in numerous anthologies, including Sisterhood Is Powerful: An Anthology of Writings from the Women's Liberation Movement, edited by Robin Morgan. You can hear Martha discuss her novel The Throne in the Heart of the Sea on Portland radio station KBOO here.
Making Gay History
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Layer By Layer :: Shelley Giglio with Hannah Brencher
Hannah Brencher interviews Shelley Giglio on digging deep with Jesus, simple obedience, and knowing the answer before the question is asked. Recorded live at The Grove from Passion City Church.
The Grove Podcast
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Worthy of the Calling :: Emily Vogeltanz
In today’s episode, we’ll hear a powerful talk—recorded live at the Grove!—from Emily Vogeltanz, as she teaches and challenges us around what it looks like to be holy as Jesus is holy. Se unpacks several passages from Ephesians and encourages us not to cheapen the gift of the cross by living a life of less, but to step fully into our calling, embracing holiness. Emily serves on our Passion City Church staff team, and is one of the original members of the Grove Team. She’s a phenomenal teacher, rich in wisdom and insight, and we trust you will find this talk helpful today!
The Grove Podcast