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Faith that Inspires Social Justice

Curtiss DeYoung will share from his research of faith-inspired activists and reflect on his own journey as a faith leader working for racial justice. How does faith both motivate and sustain social justice activists? Why do faith-based activists often have more in common with activists from other religious faiths than their own co-religionists? Is religious faith still relevant as younger community organizers take center stage in movements like Black Lives Matter?

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Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Virtual Event
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Speaker/Lecture, Cultural Event (CE Credit)

Acad Dept: Religion and Philosophy
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