Faith-Based Reparations: A Community ConversationContact: Dr. Jennifer K. Berenson, email@example.com
Roanoke College will host a symposium offered by the Roanoke Reparations Group (RGG). The RGG seeks to educate the Roanoke community about the theft of wealth, dignity, and power from the Black community caused by systemic racism and white supremacy and how the Biblical rationale for faith-based reparations could help address this harm. The symposium begins Friday, March 24th will be a keynote address, “Building Beloved Community,” 7:00 - 8:30 pm by Rev. Dr. Michael Nabors. On Saturday, March 25th, there will be a panel of community leaders and RC faculty entitled “Building Relationships” from 10 am – 12 pm. All events will be held in the ballroom. Campus groups sponsoring the event include the Department of Religion & Philosophy; Public Affairs; Sociology & Public Health Studies; Peace & Justice Concentration; the Center for the Study of the Structures of Race; and the Office of Community, Diversity, and Inclusion.
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