Join Coalition for Peace Action’s
36th Annual Conference for Peace for these discussions on
“New Horizons for Peacemaking and Equality”
Confirmed speakers (in the order pictured above):
~The Rev. Dr. Susan Thistlethwaite, Chicago Theological Seminary, Pioneer in the innovative Just Peacemaking Theology
~Congressman Alan Grayson, US Representative (D-Florida’s 9th District)
~Jacqui Patterson, Director of the NAACP Environmental Climate Justice Program
~Dr. Vincent Intondi, Professor & Author of “African Americans Against the Bomb”
~J. Jondhi Harrell, Founder/Executive Director of The Center for Returning Citizens
Students are FREE, but registration is required!
(There is a small registration fee for non-students)
Well-intentioned people make mistakes, lots of them. Mistakes must be expected as our discussions explore the often unspoken topics about race. Becoming aware of unconscious responses to ourselves and others, building self-honesty, being held accountable for our behavior is necessary in order for us and for American society as a whole to move into a space of social change.
In this month’s Continuing Conversations on Race and White Privilege (Monday, November 2, 2015, 7 pm. at the Princeton Public Library), we will examine counterproductive behaviors that affect our emotions and our interactions.
Princeton University’s James Madison Program presents a symposium looking at the Moynihan Report and the state of the black family in America today. Orlando Patterson is giving the keynote address “The Multi-Racial Impact: Youth and Families Fifty Years After Moynihan.” The symposium begins at 1:30 pm on Friday, October 30 and continues on Saturday, October 31 at 9:30 am in Room 120 in the Lewis Library.
For some photos of the Unity Walk on October 24, 2015 click here. Among the celebrities were former NBA players Fred Crawford, left, and Bob McCullough, co-founders of Ruckers Professional Tournament and Each One Teach One Inc. Rucker Pro Legends, for which McCullough is president and project director.