Open discussion with Jewish-Christian Studies graduate students and invited guests on "What can Religious communities do to help inner city schools deal with violence, gangs, racism, prejudice in the schools?"
David Bossman, Ph.D.. Professor of Jewish-Christian Studies in the Department of Religion, has expanded the thrust of his newest course, JCST 7576: Personal Rights and Responsibilities for a Just Society, to include a panel discussion between clerics and graduate students. The colloquium will take place on Wednesday, December 11 from 4 - 7:30 pm. in the Beck Rooms, first floor of Walsh Library. Light supper will be served.
The topic will be how religious institutions can help teachers in schools deal with bullying and discrimination of all sorts. Dr. Bossman's graduate students will pose questions to the experts in hopes of receiving advice on real-life situations.
Faculty, administrators, current and former students and the public are invited. Please respond to (973) 761-9006.
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