Justice Renée

Justice Renée

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TransPride Pittsburgh 2021 (October 16th, 2021)

Justice gave a talk for the Dakota County Technical College SAGA Group on September 30th, 2021 - Video can be found here.

Justice Renée shared her "Deconversion Story" On Neil the 604 Atheist on Saturday, September 4th, 2021.

Justice Renée was a guest on Keep Liv'n and discussed models of Data Scarcity and Data Abundance and the importance of the "Din of Conversation" on August 24th, 2021.

Justice Renée

Justice Renée, born trans-female, was raised in a Fundamentalist Evangelical Home.  Her father was a leader in the Young Earth/Creation Science movement in Utah and surrounding states through the 1980s and 90s.  She was taught through shame to hate her trans identity.  In her preteens, Justice dedicated her life to Jesus and began ministry work with her church, AWANA, and CEF and gave her first evangelistic message at 13.  She went on to get Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies with a Missions Emphasis from Frontier School of the Bible, was Youth Pastor in Nebraska, worked at Christian Camps, and a CrossWorld Missions Candidate preparing for missions in Thailand.  In 2009, responding to the Housing Crisis, she founded “Tears of the Patriots”, a Tea Party Group connected with Libertarian and Christian Nationalism.  Due to a myriad of reasons, Justice Renée re-examined her belief system over a period of 7 years ending with leaving the church.  She opened to her partner about her gender issues in 2019 and transitioned in 2020.

Currently, Justice Renée works as a Systems Engineer at Target, helps amplify diverse voices through Secular North Productions, and raises her two kids with her partner in a co-housing community.  She shares her story with others to give hope and move communities forward through the “Din of Conversation”.  She found freedom in acceptance and a path forward from the hate.  Stepping out from behind the camera, Justice Renée has opened up in a more public way to build connections with others and amplify the "Din of Conversation".