Hyper-partisanship and political gridlock characterize much of our national politics, but at the state and local level, it can still be a different story. Working to change the narrative is the Faith in Action Fund, sister organization of Faith in Action (formerly PICO National Network), dedicated to holding elected officials accountable to the communities in which they serve, especially in communities of color. The group’s executive director, Andrea Marta, will join Welton this week to talk about organizing in an era of political gridlock and why all of us – especially people of faith – should engage in local politics.

Hear the full June 2, 2018 State of Belief Radio program here.

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