New #InTheirOwnWords Interviews: Louis Farrakhan, Minerva G. Carcano, and Koichi Barrish

Continuing our #InTheirOwnWords series, today we have three new archived interviews available with Louis Farrakhan, Minerva G. Carcano, and Koichi Barrish.

In this interview with The Islamic Monthly, Louis Farrakhan discusses how he left Christianity for Islam after hearing Malcom X, different sects of Islam, race, and reform, especially for Muslim women and children.

The first Hispanic female bishop in the episcopacy of The United Methodist Church and a native of Texas, Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño talks about immigration issues and how United Methodists support immigration reform.

Reverend Koichi Barrish, famous for being the first non-Japanese Shinto priest and priest of the Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America, sat down with Susan Barber of the Spirit of Ma’at to discuss the Shinto faith and his milestone in the religion’s history.

Check out the entire series on the #InTheirOwnWords page!