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A powerful preacher and a leading voice for voting rights and health care access, U.S. Senator Reverend Warnock has a once-in-a-generation gift to inspire and lead us forward. A Way Out of No Way tells his remarkable story for the first time.
Senator Reverend Raphael G. Warnock serves as the senior pastor of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church of Atlanta. He also has served at the Sixth Avenue Baptist Church of Birmingham, the Abyssinian Baptist Church of Harlem, and the Douglas Memorial Community Church of Baltimore. Senator Warnock holds degrees from Morehouse College and Union Theological Seminary. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., a lifetime member of the NAACP, and the former chairman of the board of the New Georgia Project. He is the author of The Divided Mind of the Black Church. In January 2021, Warnock became Georgia’s first Black senator.
Senator Warnock will be in conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jonathan Capehart, a member of The Washington Post editorial board since 2007. He writes about politics and social issues, hosts the podcast “Capehart” and anchors the weekly Washington Post Live show “First Look,” which is also streamed on “The Choice MSNBC” on Comcast’s Peacock streaming service. Capehart was named an Associate Editor at the Washington Post in 2022. He is also a commentator on “The PBS Newshour.” Capehart was deputy editorial page editor of the New York Daily News (2002 - 2004) and served on its editorial board from 1993 to 2000. In 1999, his editorial campaign to save the Apollo Theater earned him and the board the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing. His MSNBC special “A Promised Land: A Conversation with Barack Obama” was nominated for an Emmy in 2021.