How can Christian communities, leaders, clergy, lay members, and churches respond in love and solidarity with those whose backs are up against the wall? What can we do in response to the deaths of Mike Brown, John Crawford, Renisha McBride, and so many others? How can the Christian church work towards a more just world in which all are made in the image of God?  Pierce-Yolanda-300w.jpg

Join us at 5:00 pm in Stuart Hall on Thursday, August 21 for Turning the Tables Teach-In: Strategies for a Christian Response to Racialized Violence. The program will include presentations focused on concrete strategies and actions for writing liturgy, preparing sermons, planning worship music, writing position papers, and engaging the justice system—
all with the goal of responding in love and solidarity with the people of Ferguson and others throughout the United States. 

This event is free and open to the public.