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Be Inspired: engaging the work of Howard Thurman

February 27 - 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

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Be Inspired: engage the work of poet, mystic, theologian, & spiritual activist Howard Thurman

To celebrate Black History Month and to continue our work of Building Racial Resilience we invite you to join us for a special virtual event on the works of Howard Thurman. Thurman was a prominent religious leader and social justice activist who would become most well known for mentoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

This virtual event will serve as a welcome introduction to Howard Thurman and will prepare us for our Spring JPIC keynote (in-person) with special guest Dr. Phillip Johnson on Saturday, April 20, 2024. Dr. Johnson is a seasoned professor with 20 years experience in Counselor Education & Psychology. He facilitates retreats on Thurman, and we are excited to welcome him.

This experience will allow participants to learn more about Thurman’s journey and have a prayerful experience with his text, specifically Meditations of the Heart.

Details for dates and zoom: 

Tuesday 2/27 1:30pm-2:30pm OR Wednesday 2/28 7:00pm-8:00pm 

Sponsored by the Office of Justice, Peace, & Integrity of Creation (JPIC) and Building Racial Resilience program.


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February 27
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm


via Zoom