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Hood Partners with The Religious Freedom Center
Hood Theological Seminary is delighted to be one of the partner institutions collaborating with the “Race, Religious Freedom and the Politics of Belonging” program. On October 29th, the Religious Freedom Center in partnership with Virginia Union University’s School of Theology will host the program “Race, Religious Freedom, and the Politics of Belonging”. This public conversation will focus on the complex politics of race and religious freedom in this country. This program serves as the launch event for the Religious Freedom Center's three-year Luce-funded project with Historically Black Theological Institutions (HBTIs) to develop curriculum on African Americans and Religious Freedom. Participants are invited to a reception prior to the program. The program is free and RSVP is required, as there are limited seats available. Register Here. Individuals who are unable to attend the launch event in-person will be able to join us via live stream on the Newseum website.
Also, Registration is open now through December 1, 2018 for the REL 700 course. The course cost for students enrolled with HBTIs or other invited organizations is covered by the grant.