A Bridge to Action
April 30 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
The Amy Adina Schulman Memorial fund is honored to welcome the dynamic speaker and visionary leader, Bishop William J. Barber II, who pursues justice and equity from within the grassroots community to the halls of political power as he builds broad inter-religious collaborations to foster lasting racial and economic justice. He works with the Poor People’s Campaign and Repairers of the Breach, and soon as Professor at Yale U’s Divinity School and Director of its new Center for Public Theology and Public Policy. We anticipate his talk will energize us in our necessary work of building a prophetic moral vision and fostering lasting racial and economic justice in this country,Together on Life’s Narrow Bridge, A Bridge to Action.
The Fund works to keep Amy Adina Schulman’s values ongoing, awarding 1600 grants to young people who have volunteered in social justice activist programs throughout the world, and presenting an Annual Memorial Lecture each year, a thoughtful and informed discussion on a timely topic. This year we welcome Bishop Barber.
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