740 Library Road, Rochester

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Two scholars have been invited to campus to discuss the intersection of social justice, politics, and religion—how they impact each other, and how they affected King and the civil rights movement in the 1960s.

Anthea Butler (left) is chair of religious studies at the University of Pennsylvania, an opinion writer for MSNBC, and president of the American Society for Church History.

Valeria Sinclair-Chapman (right)is a professor of political science at Purdue University and director of Purdue’s Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion.

The discussion will be moderated by Jeffrey McCune, director of the Frederick Douglass Institute for African and African-American Studies, and is sponsored by the Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA) and the Office of the President.

Registration is required to attend or watch online.

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  • Reenalda Golden
  • Anthony Fisher
  • Leeland Sawicki

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