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Dialogues on Race and Religion: Community Organizing and Community Healing, Part 2

Cathedral House Conference Room

Wesley Morris returns to the Cathedral for a second workshop on how community organizing can bring healing and reconciliation to a broken world. Brother Morris is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina whose work with the Greensboro Beloved Community Center, home of the community truth and reconciliation project, included immigrant and worker justice, youth and student organizing.  He is a dedicated mentor, facilitator, reconciler, and served as the youth pastor at the Faith Community Church for five years. Last year he served in ministry as a chaplain at Harlem Hospital, and he is currently a third-year Master of Divinity student at Union Theological Seminary in NYC. From supporting the human rights of tobacco farm workers in eastern North Carolina, to the continued efforts towards building the beloved community in his hometown and beyond, Brother Morris looks forward to continuing a committed life of service. For more information, contact Steven Lee at slee@stjohndivine.org or 212.316.7483.