A Faithful and Moral Response: Spirituality, Community, and Justice

Panel discussion 
Suggested donation $10

Rev. Sally Bingham is the President of The Regeneration Project and the Interfaith Power and Light campaign, as well as Canon for the Environment for the Episcopal Diocese of California. Rev. Fred Small is a Unitarian Universalist minister on the Leadership Team of the Massachusetts Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action. Kristin Barker is a Co-Founder of One Earth Sangha, exploring what it means to practice a Buddhist response to environmental and social injustice. Dr. D.Z. Cofield is the Senior Pastor of Good Hope Missionary Baptist Church and Founder of Hope for Families, Inc. Moderator Zahra Jamal, Ph.D. is the Associate Director for Community Engagement at Rice University's Boniuk Institute.

Preceding the discussion, join contemplative practice at 6:30pm from the Bon-Buddhist tradition led by Geshe Denma Gyaltsen, Resident Teacher at Ligmincha Texas Institute for the Tibetan Meditative and Healing Arts. To listen to this meditation, please click here. To watch the meditation, please click here.

To see a full list of the symposium events, click here. Download the symposium brochure here.

Friday, April 1, 2016
7:00 PM

Explore emerging alternative economic models in depth, incorporating voices from the arts, spirituality, and human rights sectors.