Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen: Hard to Ride a Bike That’s Not Moving
As spiritual people, we often value slowing down, taking our time, and being intentional. And—there are also truths that can only be revealed while we are moving and things we can only learn by doing them. Rev. Nguyen preaches about mountain biking, Wonder Woman’s lasso of truth, and all that can be revealed while in motion.
Rev. Nguyen, a Midwesterner at heart living in Boston, is a Unitarian Universalist minister, the immigration bond coordinator with the National Bail Fund Network, and previously did faith-based justice work and youth organizing. She is passionate about progressive organizing in the Vietnamese American community, building power across prison walls, and feeding people, and is learning all the time about liberation, solidarity, courage, and cowardice.