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Coming to terms with your own whiteness

Friday 11:00am | Library

What is whiteness? And after you figure out what that means, what do you do about it? Join Abby Norman, Nichole Morgan, Andi Cumbo-Floyd, and Morgan Guyton as we talk about our own journeys in deconstructing what it means to be white.

Abby Norman

Abby Norman is a former teacher who is currently in seminary at Candler and seeking Methodist ordination. Abby has an awesome husband and two hilarious children. You can find out about all of that at

Morgan Guyton

Morgan Guyton and his wife Cheryl are co-directors of the NOLA Wesley United Methodist Campus Center at Tulane and Loyola in New Orleans, LA. He has just released his first book How Jesus Saves the World from Us: 12 Antidotes to Toxic Christianity with Westminster John Knox.

Andi Cumbo-Floyd 

Andi Cumbo-Floyd is a writer, historian, and farmer, who lives at the edge
of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains with her husband, 4 cats, 4 dogs, 6
goats, 3 rabbits, and 40 chickens. She writes about the history and legacy
of slavery in Virginia, and you can find more of her writing at

Also find Andi Cumbo-Floyd at

Nicole Morgan

J. Nicole Morgan is a Christian Fat Acceptance Advocate. She is currently writing a book on fatness and faith to be published by Fortress Press in 2018. Her work centers on fat acceptance in the church and how a broader, intersectional, understanding of justice equips the church to better love all of our neighbors. Nicole earned her Master Degree in Theological Studies with an emphasis in Public Policy from Palmer Seminary of Eastern University. She lives near Atlanta, GA where she enjoys sewing, hiking, and being the cool Aunt. Find Nicole @jnicolemorgan and on Facebook at Fat Faith.

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