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The Art of Resilience Experience the resilience of the Latinx community through the intersection of Art, Faith, Public Policy and Theology.

Saturday September 21, 2019, 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Perkins School of Theology & SMU Meadows School of the Arts.

The Art of Resilience


Experience the resilience of the Latinx community through the intersection of Art, Faith, Public Policy and Theology.

 
Sharing an invitation to a special two-day event from our friends at the Perkins School of Theology & SMU Meadows School of the Arts. 

September 20th-21st
Free & open to the public
Registration is required

Featuring Latina feminist Daisy Machado, political sociologist Eduardo Bonilla-Silva and biblical scholar Fernando Segovia.

The Center for the Study of Latino/a Christianity and Religions of Perkins School of Theology/SMU will host a free, two-day event that will gather Latinx scholars, artists, religious leaders and community activists to explore how academic research, religious practices, the arts, and public engagement address the current social climate of Latino/a-phobia, gendered and race-based public policy. Come and dialogue that, together, we might find solidarity in our work for a future marked by Divine compassion.

 

Registration

 The Art of Resilience: Experience the resilience of the Latinx community through the intersection of Art, Faith, Public Policy and Theology. (Perkins School of Theology & SMU Meadows School of the Arts)