Building Pipelines to the Kingdom of God, Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline
In observance of Black History Month, Virginia Theological Seminary invites you to a FREE community roundtable, "Building Pipelines to the Kingdom of God, Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline." Join voices from the fields of education, child advocacy and religion for an open discussion about school-based child arrests and the School-to-Prison Pipeline. What’s the crisis? What’s at stake for all children? Why should everyone, regardless of race, care? What’s our Christian responsibility? Roundtable guests include children's advocate, Scott Roberts of Advancement Project; 2012 DC History Teacher of the Year and 11th grade US history teacher, Julian Hipkins, III; and The Rev. Angela S. Ifill, Missioner, Black Ministries, The Episcopal Church. Thursday, February 28 at 7:00-9:00 p.m. at the Virginia Theological Seminary in the Addison Academic Building (Lettie Pate Evans Auditorium—Ground Level), 3737 Seminary Road, Alexandria, VA 22304.
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