GC Shorts — An Indigo Girl . . . and Boy

An interview with Indigo Girl Emily Saliers and her father, Don, shortly before they performed at a reception for the General Board of Church and Society at the 2016 General Conference.

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Betty Ann
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This was wonderful interview. as a Unitarian Universalist I thought you were talking to me. Loved reflecting again on concept of a church or any organization being a cultural captive. Thank you

Emily Grossman
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Krista Tippett interview the Indigo Girls several months ago and both expressed such Wesleyan and Christian beliefs, despite having members and leaders in their denomination denounce some of their actions and decisions. Yea Dr. Saliers!

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