MLK Celebration: Scholarly Symposium

   Tue, January 19, 2010 @ 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm
    Bell Hall, Room 183
The Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Andrews University runs January 14–19, 2010. The week’s theme, “Building the Beloved Community: Transforming Minds...Redeeming Humanity,” aims to inspire others to continue the social justice legacy of Dr. King through speakers, co-curricular discussions, service events and a scholarly symposium. This symposium will be held Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock in room 183 of Bell Hall, School of Education. Three presentations by graduate students on the topic “Transforming Minds…Redeeming Humanity.” Discussion will follow presentations.
Those presenting are:

-Lydie Theodor, “The Beloved Community: Transforming Minds…Redeeming Humanity”
-Lynn Merklin and Dale Linton, “Christian Education: A Means for a More Equitable Society”
-Daniel S. Francis, “A Sure Foundation: The Need for an Adventist Theology of Social Justice”

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