“Healing the People, Healing the Land: Fannie Lou Hamer’s Theo-Politics of Love”
Black History Month
You are invited to lunch after chapel time, as we continue to build a beloved community and a space of belonging and learning. Keynote speaker the Rev. Dr. Karen Crozier will present “Healing the People, Healing the Land: Fannie Lou Hamer’s Theo-Politics of Love,” the title of a chapter in her book Fannie Lou Hamer's Revolutionary Practical Theology. The book introduces Hamer as a revolutionary practical theologian who resided on the margins of the church, academy and society.
Cozier is driving innovation and change on racial and environmental justice in agencies and individuals. Her current community leadership efforts include Black reparations, African American infant mortality, and educational equity and justice. Cozier is an entrepreneur, writer and educator who encourages the audience to use critical thinking, careful analysis and a radical imagination to engage racial equity and justice.
This free event is open to the public, registration required.