Activism & Spirituality: Sustaining the Activist Spirit | 2022 Virtual Symposium

2022 Virtual Symposium | Beyond the Rhetoric: Civil Rights & Our Shared Responsibility
Activism & Spirituality: Sustaining the Activist Spirit | Networking Session

With so much to be done on the civil rights reform front, how can we sustain the passion, creativity and energy needed for long-haul social justice activism? In this interactive lunch session, members of the Rothko Chapel Spirituality and Social Justice Cohort funded by the Henry Luce Foundation will facilitate small group breakout sessions providing the opportunity for symposium participants to meet one another and discuss how we both as individuals and communities find ways to cultivate, engage and sustain effective activism.

Suzanne Benally, Executive Director, Swift Foundation
Sean Fitzpatrick, Executive Director, Jung Center of Houston
David Leslie, Executive Director, Rothko Chapel
Matthew Russell, Co-Managing Director, projectCurate; Co-Executive Pastor, Chapelwood United Methodist Church
Caron Tabb, Artist
John Vaughn, Executive Pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church

Friday, April 1, 2022
12:30 PM