"Has the Dream become a Nightmare? Prospects for reconciliation in the wake of the New Racism."
John M. Perkins was a civil rights leader in Mississippi in the 1960s, and founded Voice of Calvary Ministries, a Christian community development ministry, with his wife Vera Mae. In 1983, Perkins established the John M. Perkins Foundation for Reconciliation & Development, Inc., to advance the principles of Christian community development and racial reconciliation throughout the world. His publications include Let Justice Roll Down (2012) and Welcoming Justice: God’s Movement Toward Beloved Community (2010).
Nau Auditorium 101 at UVa. A reception in Manley Commons will follow.
The lecture and reception are free & open to the public. Seating is first come, first served.
For more information about John Perkins visit: http://www.livedtheology.org/contributors/john-m-perkins/
Presented by Theological Horizons and the Project on Lived Theology, the Capps Lecture is an annual lecture series in Christian theology.