A quick look into the vision of the Founder of Seekr, the web app sometime called "the marketplace of meaning." I get to spend time with Skyler Oberst quite a lot these days. After working to map the religious landscape of Spokane County for the Harvard Pluralism Project, the millennial interfaith expert decided to stay in Spokane to be closer to family in Vancouver and to help spread religious literacy in our region. Skyler and I met about three years ago to talk about community response to hate, but, in recent months, I wanted a closer look at his motivation for starting the Seekr project, equal parts corporation, youth movement, and science experiment.
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