New & Noteworthy: Neurodiversity, Trees, and More | Sojourners

New & Noteworthy: Neurodiversity, Trees, and More

Three culture recommendations from our editors.
A scene from 'The Trees Remember' where a young Black girl is looking at nature with sunglasses and an older Black woman is standing with her smiling. The cover of 'On the Spectrum' has colorful letters on a white background.

Tree Rings

The three short films in The Trees Remember series span 60 years and feature Black women in the outdoors, reframing narrow historical narratives of who has access to nature. Directed by Angela Tucker, they portray memory, relationships, and belonging in the outdoors. TuckerGurl Inc.

Unique Pathways

On the Spectrum: Autism, Faith, and the Gifts of Neurodiversity chronicles author Daniel Bowman Jr.’s life as an autistic Christian, starting from his unexpected diagnosis at 35. Illuminating the ways that neurodiversity enriches us all, this book debunks misconceptions and offers hope. Brazos Press.

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