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Rev. Robert Chase writes, speaks, and consults on global issues of faith and social justice. Chase was the founding director of Intersections International until his retirement in 2017. He previously served with the United Church of Christ, where he is an ordained minister, as director of communications and executive director of the Office of Communication, Inc. As a documentary filmmaker he has produced and directed several films, including Troubled Waters, Strong Roots, Fragile Farms, Call Me Malcolm, and LPFM: The People’s Voice. Chase was a participant in the International Higher Education Interfaith Leadership Forum. He holds degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and New Brunswick Theological Seminary.