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The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology
2501 Elliott Ave, Seattle, Washington 98121
“Addressing our individual and collective suffering, we will find ways to heal and recover that can be sustained, that can endure from generation to generation.” –bell hooks, 1995
You are invited to gather together with us for Humanity Through Community – an event engaging the challenges of community in a changing context. This year we are excited to feature two extraordinary women, community organizer and politician Nikkita Oliver together with scholar Robin DiAngelo, for an engaging event on the theme Healing and Resilience.
Through speakers, panel discussion, and breakout conversations, this one day conference will bring together a broad coalition of socially engaged people of faith in a unique event to critically engage the challenges of our changing community, network with diverse others, and network with a unique cross section of leaders, advocates and organizations with a mutual concern for community.
Breakout Conversations will be curated for folks engaging in the following capacities:
10:00-10:45 Welcome and Morning Plenary with Nikkita Oliver
10:45-11:30 Panel Discussion on Resilience
Featuring Rev. Kelle J Brown, Dr. Sharon Suh, Nikkita Oliver, and Andrew Carlson
Moderated by Dr. Angela Parker
12:00-1:00 Lunch Breakouts Sessions
1:00-1:10 Break and Re-gather
1:10-1:40 Afternoon Plenary with Robin DiAngelo
1:40-2:30 Panel Discussion on Healing,
Featuring Rev. Katie M Ladd, Paula Womack, and Robin DiAngelo
Moderated by Dr. Doug Shirley
2:30-3:00 Closing Conversation
Lunch will be provided. Four (4) continuing education units are available for participants who register for CEUs.
Walk-in registration will be available as space allows, but pre-registration is preferred to assistant us in placing lunch orders. Thank you!
Humanity Through Community is an annual event hosted by The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, gathering socially engaged thinkers, practitioners, artists, and organizations to foster conversation, awareness, skill-building, and advocacy as we work toward living, working, and leading in culturally responsive ways.