In an age in which many people say they are ‘spiritual not religious’ can faith still be a force for mobilizing people to collectively do good?
Speaker: Dr. Kofi Hope
How can we be strong in our desire for social justice and clear in our values, without being exclusive in our ideas? Should we even bother connecting our spirituality to social change?
Kofi Hope is a change maker. He is a Rhodes Scholar and has a Doctorate in Politics from Oxford University. Currently, he is Senior Policy Advisor at the Wellesley Institute, strategic consultant to the Vice President HR/Equity at the University Toronto. He is the winner of the 2017 Jane Jacobs prize.
Date(s) - Sunday, January 20, 2019
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
NUUC Ratcliffe & Cappuccino