Activism has been instrumental in political and social movements. What lessons can we learn from past acts and how can we use what we've learned to solve the many challenges existing today? On March 13, Dr. Allan Boesak will trace the lessons learned from generations of activism demonstrated around the globe and discuss how we can best utilize this knowledge today.
About Our Speaker:
Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak is the executive director and chair of the Desmond Tutu Center. Dr. Boesak grew up in Western Cape, South Africa and is currently a visiting professor at Butler University and Christian Theological Seminary. His early activism and service led to international recognition as an influential leader in the fight against apartheid. During the 1980s and 1990s, he worked alongside Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela to lead efforts against apartheid and promote reconciliation.