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Awaken: Thinking Well About Wokism, Social Justice, & Racial Reconciliation

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Featuring Bob Woodson (1776 Unites), Eric Muldrow (Code Red Conversations), Monique Duson (Center for Biblical Unity), and More.

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Are you "woke" or awake? In our polarized and confused culture, how do we navigate competing and contradictory messages regarding racism, social justice, etc.? It is imperative, if we are to love our neighbors as ourselves, that Christians are equipped to think well about the issues of wokism, social justice, and racial reconciliation. The "Awaken" event will examine the questions surrounding systemic racism in America, police violence and people of color, the nature of true social justice, and how someone can escape wokism. We cannot love others well by sacrificing truth on the false alter of wokeness ideology. Join us as we humbly discuss these ideas and seek truth for the sake of the Gospel. THIS IS A LIVE-STREAM EVENT

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1:00 - 1:10 Welcome – Judge Ginn (SES President)

1:10 - 1:50 Is America Systemically Racist? – Bob Woodson (1776 Unites)

1:55 - 2:35 What is the Real Meaning of Social Justice – Adam Tucker (SES)

2:40 - 3:20 Is There an Epidemic of Police Violence Against People of Color? – Eric Muldrow (Former Police Officer, Code Red Conversations)

3:25 - 4:05 How Does Someone Awaken from Wokism? A Story of Leaving Critical Race Theory – Monique Duson (Center for Biblical Unity)

4:10 - 4:50 Panel: Where Do We Go From Here? – All Speakers

4:50 - 5:00 Closing – Adam Tucker & Judge Ginn

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Organizer Southern Evangelical Seminary

Organizer of Awaken: Thinking Well About Wokism, Social Justice, & Racial Reconciliation

Ranked one of the Best Apologetics Graduate Programs by TheBestSchools.org, since 1992 Southern Evangelical Seminary has provided an integrated approach to theology, philosophy, and apologetics in order to equip Christians to persuasively proclaim the Gospel, engage the culture, and defend the Truth in a secular world.

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