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Thursday, June 23 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Our Daily Bread: Theological Economics, Systemic Inequality, and Race

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What are the opportunities for individuals across the U.S. to move matters of racial justice forward when many misunderstand the power dynamics of inherited racial privilege, group silence, wealth accumulation and distribution, and universal complicity? How are non-marginalized faith communities theologically compromised by a lack of critical analysis of vested interest in maintaining their privilege within the American status quo? This salon is an open discussion for leaders from any background who are interested in the intersection of race, economics, and inequality. Participants will engage in substantive discussion about how Western economic principles and culture drive inequality and modern segregation.

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Demetrius Brooks

Pastor, Revelations of Christ Kingdom ministries
Pastor Demetrius Brooks is the Senior Pastor of Revelations of Christ Kingdom Ministries and founder of We Are Light Inc.
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Xavier Ramey

Senior Assistant Director for Social Innovation and Philanthropy, University of Chicago
Xavier Ramey serves as the Senior Assistant Director for Social Innovation and Philanthropy at the University Community Service Center at the University of Chicago. A department launched under the leadership of First Lady Michelle Obama in 1997, the Center engages students and communities in substantive discussions about social justice. Prior to this, Ramey served as a Senior Program Manager for Community Investments at United Way of Metropolitan... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2016 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Room 6A

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