In a moment shaped at once by a powerful new Supreme Court majority and surging grassroots movements, Princeton Seminary’s Future of American Democracy series turns to the future of Civil Rights.
Across society, and especially among younger generations, faith in institutions is faltering —and at the very same moment when many are worried about the erosion of Civil Rights. As we look to the future, can established institutions deliver the change we need? Will new grassroots movements break through? What role might churches and other faith-based institutions play in building a better society? How can we achieve a country that makes good on the promise of “liberty and justice for all”?
Dr. Heath W. Carter, Associate Professor of American Christianity at Princeton Seminary, will explore these questions and more in conversation with Civil Rights champion Sherillyn Ifill.
We hope you can join us in person for this free event at Princeton Theological Seminary’s Wright Library. Additional details can be found on the registration page—just click to reserve your ticket.