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In this episode, Jeff Boyd facilitates a conversation among co-leaders of the 2018 Andrews University Social Consciousness Summit, which was co-hosted by Adventists for Social Justice (ASJ). The Summit started on April 4, exactly 50 years since King was assassinated in 1968. To mark the anniversary, a group of us sat down together in a classroom to talk about King’s legacy.
This is actually the second half of the conversation. To catch the first half, which included Michael Nixon, see episode 21. Because our exchanged lasted over an hour and a half, I decided to split it between two episodes.
Around the table:
- Claudia Allen - PhD student in Literature (Also episode 7)
- Garrison Hayes - AU Campus Ministries (Also episode 9)
- Jason O’Rourke - Chaplain & missionary
- Tiffany Llewellyn - Adventists for Social Justice, Social worker (Also episodes 7, 12, & 16)
- Wale Adepoju - Adventists for Social Justice, Pastor
- Alisa Williams - Spectrum
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