On Tuesday, October 28th, at 7p, Seattle Pacific University (SPU) invites everyone to participate in a community discussion about race relations in our country, called ‘Race In America After Ferguson.’ At Upper Gwinn Commons, SPU faculty will offer a historical and theological context to recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, facilitate an open conversation and provide breakout sessions on a variety of topics.
The recent events in Ferguson have exposed divisions and injustices across our country, and through this we are presented with opportunities to more fully participate in God’s work of reconciliation. Facilitated by W. Tali Hairston, Director of the John Perkins Center, the evening includes a panel containing Brian Bantum, David Nienhuis, Jorge Preciado, and Kimberly Segall.
This free discussion will give attendees a chance to learn and grow in a caring community. Find out more information on the SPU website.