Sustaining Global Change: Healing and Liberation
A platform to inspire change
|General Admission||Full Conference $150.00 | Friday Only $100 | Saturday Only $50.00|
|Senior Admission||$70.00 Full Conference|
|Student Admission||Full Conference $70.00 | Friday Only $50.00 | Saturday Only $25.00|
|CEUs||Full Conference 13.0 CEUs | Friday Only 7.0 CEUs | Saturday Only 6.0 CEUs|
|Full Conference Includes: All sessions on Friday, admission to the plenary sessions, all sessions on Saturday and access to recording after the conference|
Friday, November 11
9:00-9:30 Doors Open and Networking
9:45-11:00 We Don’t Need Saving: Advocating for Women’s Empowerment
Rabbi Sandy Sasso and Cynthia Prime
11:15-12:15 Money Can’t Buy Humanity: Resisting the Capitalist Destruction of the Human Family
12:15-2:15 Lunch Break
2:15-3:30 Remembering the King: Nonviolence and Racial Justice
Derek King Sr.
3:45-5:00 The Awakened Soul: Having the Spirit of a Change Agent
5:00-7:00 Dinner Break
7:00-9:00 Plenary Session-Healing, Liberation, and Reconciliation with Global and Local Voices for Change
George Tinker, Allan Boesak, Eugen Drewermann, and Leonardo Boff (virtual message)
Saturday, November 12
9:00-11:00 A Journey Home: Interfaith and Cross Cultural Perspectives
Rabbi Paula Winning, Imam Dawud Walid, Dr. James Divita, and Terry Downs
11:00-1:00 Lunch Break
1:00-2:30 Confronting Prejudice, Hate, Fear Mongering and More
Fady Qaddoura and Ahmed Rehab
2:45-3:45 Reconciling the Past Through Spirituality and Justice
Dr. George Tinker
4:00-5:00 Hope Beyond the Horizon, Closing Ceremony
Commonly Asked Quesitons
The Conference will offer 13 CEUs to Psychologists, Social workers and Professional Counselors.
The Desmond Tutu Center has a limited number of rooms reserved at the historic Crowne Plaza Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. You may reserve a room HERE by November 1st, 2016. Simply enter the dates of the conference, November 11-12, and the group code TUT will automatically be entered.
Christian Theological Seminary is located at 1000 W. 42nd Street in Indianapolis, between the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Butler University. Click HERE for maps and specific driving directions.
Free parking is available in two lots at Christian Theological Seminary: one lot can be accessed from Haughey Avenue and another from 42nd Street. Click HERE for a PDF of the parking map.
Conference attendees can dine at the CTS Café on-campus or at a number of nearby restaurants. Click HERE for a PDF of the menu.
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions.