RPP Colloquium Feb 2019: Indigenous Perspectives on Peacemaking in the Face of Racism

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This panel explores the intersection of racism, oppression, urban trauma, disaster, and other social realities faced by those desperately in need of peace. More than the absence of violence and war, we need the aggressive and proactive generation of peace, healing, and bliss under a continuing barrage of compromises to health and well-being. What is peace? How do we create it when there is little? Who deserves peacemaking? Speakers and Moderators: - Zumbi, founder, Kilombo Novo; director, Trauma Response and Recovery at Boston Public Health Commission - Emily Click, assistant dean for ministry studies and field education and Lecturer on Ministry at Harvard Divinity School - David Harris, managing director, Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School For more info: http://tinyurl.com/y33o4t6c Learn more about Harvard Divinity School and its mission to illuminate, engage, and serve at hds.harvard.edu/.

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