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Faith, Conflict, and Environmental Justice Conference

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Boston University School of Theology

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745 Commonwealth Ave

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This full-day retreat, from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, Saturday, November 2nd, will feature inspiring speakers, presentations and interactive work on Faith and Ecological Justice, the Environmental Justice movement, Religion and Conflict Transformation, International Negotiation for Ecological Justice, and Transformative Conflict in Local Ecological Justice Work.

We are excited to be hosting the following speakers:

Adil Najam, Dean of Pardee School of Global Studies, Professor of International Relations and Earth and Environment;

Lawrence Suskind, Professor of Environmental & Urban Planning, MIT;

Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullit-Jonas, Missioner for Creation Care, Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts, Massacusetts Conference, United Church of Christ;

Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, Fellow, Green Justice Coalition, Pastor, New Roots AME Church.


This retreat is required for students seeking the RCT certificate and open to the entire STH community. Lunch will be provided.


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