Entries by Marilyn Nash

Day 28: Perspectives That Bind Us

Racial justice demands that we break forth from the perspectives that bind us and others, questioning images and narratives in the systems around us.

Marilyn Nash

Marilyn Nash is the Campus Minister for Social Justice at Seattle University, and is an alumna of Seattle University’s School of Theology. Born in Pennsylvania, she moved to Seattle with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and fell in love with the Pacific Northwest. She has worked in social services, accompanying communities who were homeless or on the margins. She has a special interest in the body’s relationship to spirituality and worked as a massage therapist for over 10 years. Her passions include Ignatian spirituality and discernment; the intersection of faith and racial justice; accompanying people in making meaning of small moments and big choices; and being an auntie on both coasts.

Keeping Vigil with Wisdom

Our mistake is thinking we are only helping others by dismantling racism; the truth is that standards and systems of white supremacy harm all of us.

Marilyn Nash

Marilyn Nash is the Campus Minister for Social Justice at Seattle University, and is an alumna of Seattle University’s School of Theology. Born in Pennsylvania, she moved to Seattle with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and fell in love with the Pacific Northwest. She has worked in social services, accompanying communities who were homeless or on the margins. She has a special interest in the body’s relationship to spirituality and worked as a massage therapist for over 10 years. Her passions include Ignatian spirituality and discernment; the intersection of faith and racial justice; accompanying people in making meaning of small moments and big choices; and being an auntie on both coasts.