CARSS Town Hall: Black Lives and the Fullness Thereof

CARSS Town Hall: Black Lives and the Fullness Thereof September 28, 2015 at 6:30pm, at Mother Bethel AME Church, Philadelphia, PA

View Town Hall Conversation Below:

Black Lives and the Fullness Thereof: A Town Hall Conversation on Spirituality, Sexual Politics and Social Justice
 
Thank you for joining us on Monday, September 28, 2015 at 6:30pm for a public conversation that  explored the relationship between religion and activism, examining how spirituality, sexual politics and social justice both connect and diverge in the quotidian complexities of black life in the present moment.
 
Featured Panelists: 
Rev. Leslie D. Callahan, St. Paul Baptist Church
Cyree Jarelle Johnson, BlackLivesMatter, Philadelphia
Professor Nyasha Junior, Temple University
Professor Imani Perry, Princeton University
Hakim Pitts, BlackLivesMatter, Philadelphia
Bishop Duane Royster, Living Water United Church of Christ
Moderated by Barbara D. Savage, University of Pennsylvania
 
Hosted by Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (419 South 6th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147)
Sponsored by the Center on African-American Religion, Sexual Politics and Social Justice (Columbia University)
Co-sponsored by the Center for Africana Studies (University of Pennsylvania)
 
Enjoy this video of the livestream that we have uploaded to carss.columbia.edu.