|Saturday Jan 28, 2017 9:00 AM - Saturday Jan 28, 2017 4:30 PM | Free
"Be the Change": Racial Reconciliation Seminar
It's been even more evident in the past couple of years that the need for racial reconciliation in America is real! This seminar is an opportunity to learn to understand the need for racial reconciliation and healing in America, and to learn to "be the change we need to see".
This event is open to all college students. It is a free event and lunch will be provided. Please register by January 25. ** Online registration is now closed, but please feel free to come and register on site between 9 and 9:30am Saturday, Jan 27. There are still some spots available (lunch is not guaranteed for late registrants) **
Location: Loyola University New Orleans, Miller 114 (right beside Monroe Library on campus)
You do not need to print a ticket. If you register, you will be on our list when you show up to check in on the day of the event.
- Dr. Ashley Howard, Loyola University History Professor & Director of the African-American Studies Department
- Farren Clark, Assistant Professor of Mass Communications at Nicholls State University
- Den Hussey, Lead Pastor of Crossing Place Church
- Sherdren Burnside, New Orleans Community Leader
- Christine Thrower, UNO Chi Alpha Campus Pastor
Schedule: * exact times may be flexible/subject to change
9am Check In and Mingle
9:30am Introduction: Welcome and Purpose
9:45am Presentation 1: History & Understanding the Problem
10:15am Tying it together: Whats happening today...
11am Identifying Issues
11:20am Presentation 2: Gods Goal- Vision for Racial Reconciliation
12:15pm Lunch & Small group discussion
1:15pm Breakout 1: "The Listener's Approach"
2:05pm Breakout 2: "Having Reconciliation conversations with friends and family"
3pm "Be the Change" Panel Discussion (with featured guests)
4pm Brainstorm Session: Where do we go from here?
Loyola University New Orleans (View)
6363 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, LA 70118