Skip to Content
Seton Hall University

Catholic Studies Hosts Virtual Symposium on Faith and Racial Justice  

Seton Hall Pirate logo banner with orange leaves in the backgroundThe Core is happy to co-sponsor (along with Student Services Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Religious Studies, Campus Ministry, and the Law School), the Center for Catholic Studies' Symposium on Faith and Racial Justice, occurring virtually next week.

Dr. Kelly Harris, Director of the Africana Studies Program at Seton Hall, will be the first of several important speakers on the topic of how faith connects with racial justice. The last speaker, Rev. Bryan Massingale, is the author of the reading "What is Racism?" -- part of the curriculum for Core I, as a supplement to Dr. Martin Luther King's "Mountaintop" speech. Many faculty are participating and making the event into an assignment for students.

To view information about the Faith and Racial Justice Symposium, click here! And to view the flyer, click here!

Categories: Faith and Service

For more information, please contact:

  • Nancy Enright
  • (551) 358-7667
Back to top