A Christian College of the Liberal Arts & Sciences

2014 Faith & Justice Symposium

War/Conflict/Violence: Stories of Hope

September 24-26, 2014


Schedule

*Wednesday, Sept. 24

  • Lunch Discussion with Chapel Speaker

*Thursday, Sept. 25

  • 7 - 9:00 p.m."Engaging the Arts" Coffee House in Van Dyk Lounge  
    • Music for Justice—Foundation of Hope | Julian Cook | Gospel Choir
    • Art Display | Screen Printing | Peace Plate Painting | Auction

*Friday, Sept. 26

  • Lunch Discussion with Chapel Speaker
  • 1: 30 and 2:45 p.m. Workshops  - Confirmed Presenters include:
    1. Rev. Celestin Musekura |  African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries: "Building Bridges: Picking up the Pieces after War" Location: Library 323
    2. Han and Laylay Moe |  Jericho Road Community Health Center, Buffalo/Burma: "Surviving War and Conflict: A Story of Hope" Location: Chamberlain Center 228
    3. Julian Cook | Boston University: "The War in Our Backyard: Violence in the US" Location: Chamberlain Center 221
    4. Jackie Ogega | MPANZI: "When Rape is a Weapon of War: Research Finding on the Experiences of Gusii an Maasai Women in Southwestern Kenya" Location: Chamberlain Center 331
    5. Sukhdeep Brar | Senior Education Specialist, The World Bank: "Impact of War/Conflict on Development--Education, Agriculture and Health Sectors" Location: Library 303
    6. Luis Noda | Chief International Operations Officer, Food for the Hungry: "The Humanitarian Imperative: Leveraging Emergency Responses through Partnerships" Location: Chamberlain Center 330
  • 4:00 p.m. Reception with presenters in Campus Center

 


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