The Annual Greeley Lecture for Peace and Social Justice was delivered by the Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, and examined the social/political and theological implications of whiteness as an impediment to living God’s justice.
Held on December 7–8, 2017, the Religious Literacy and the Professions Initiative (RLPI) explored the complicated roles religions play in our nation’s multi-faceted debate over immigration, and how understanding those roles may help government agencies better foster the constructive and humane integration of immigrants and refugees into our communities.... Read more about Video: Religious Literacy and Government Symposium
From the Commission of Appraisal in 1936 to the Black Empowerment impulse of the 1960s, James Luther Adams was a significant shaper of Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist institutions. And as a social ethicist, he helped envision the new national and international institutions that emerged in the post-World War II period.... Read more about Video: James Luther Adams in Unitarian Universalist History
The South Asian Religions Colloquium (SARC) seeks to share ongoing, current scholarly research on topics in South Asian religions with Harvard students and faculty as well as the wider Boston academic community. This event features speaker James Mallinson, Senior Lecturer in Sanskrit and Classical Indian Studies at the University of London.... Read more about Video: South Asian Religions Colloquium (SARC): James Mallinson