Young Adventists Speak (& Sing): Peace Pairings

In this final part of this series, Geoffrey Nelson-Blake​ and Sterling Spence​ perform three reflections on contemporary culture and politics. The three readings—"American Holy Days," "Housing Rest," "Boycott Church"—are intercut with three songs—"Coal Heart Bound," "All the Winners," "And it Goes." Geoffrey Nelson-Blake is the COR Program Director & National Organizer at Bend the Arc and Sterling Spence is a songwriter for Westerly and the Coyote Bandits.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/7735

At 3:30 he says “And really representing their constituencies” Then in the next line he says that self interest is the rule in Washington. I wonder which one it is? I want them representing their constituencies. That is how a representative Republic works.