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A Pledge of Solidarity

A Pledge of Solidarity

Religious leaders, and people of faith and of goodwill who gathered at the Harold Washington Public Library in Chicago, on Tuesday, April 26th, affirmed the following pledge of solidarity. Standing together with Dr. Larycia Hawkins, they committed to stand in solidarity themselves, teach their religious communities to do the same […]

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A New Crop of SCUPE Leaders: Educating for Pluralism and Solidarity

A New Crop of SCUPE Leaders: Educating for Pluralism and Solidarity

  Seventeen leaders wrestled with Contextual Theology – the method of learning that begins with listening to and learning from those in the margins of our societies. Alternative to the usual way of learning that begins with “received” tradition, contextual learning values the wisdom and insight that comes bubbling up […]

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Special Event Highlights A Faith Based Alternative to Divisive Politics

Special Event Highlights A Faith Based Alternative to Divisive Politics

In a time of unprecedented political divisiveness in America  and rampant violent extremism around the world, we need leaders with the wisdom  and courage to bring about a more just and compassionate human community. Religious leaders have a special responsibility to answer this challenge, including collaboration with political and media leaders. […]

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