The Malone University student organization, be:Justice, will present the next in its series of social issue discussions Monday, November 1 at 7 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center, located on the Canton campus. The program is free and open to the public. Click here for a pdf. flier of the event.
Featured speaker will be Adam Woods, campaign manager for the Two Futures Project (http://twofuturesproject.org/). Woods will explain his position that Christians should be on the front lines advocating nuclear disarmament and abolition.
TFP has received national attention in the last two years as nuclear
disarmament has become a topic of UN General Assemblies, and treaties developed
between formerly hostile states. Central to their work in advocacy and policy,
as well as a reason for their popularity amongst media sources, is the fact
that they are a Christian organization focused on this issue.
The program will also include a screening of the documentary Nuclear Tipping Point.
“be:Justice” is a student organization that focuses on social justice by hosting monthly educational seminars. For more information, contact Jacci Welling, Ph.D., associate professor of history and faculty advisor for the organization, at 330-471-8180 or email@example.com.