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Summer Dialogues on Activism | Sanctuary and Refugees

Location:
Off Campus; LBJ Museum of San Marcos, 131 N. Guadalupe St.
Cost:
Free and open to the public
Contact:
Greg Moses, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy Dialogue Series, @JusticeTalkTXST, LBJ Museum of San Marcos, Honors College, Common Experience

Speakers/moderator:
Rev. Karl Brown, former Director, United Campus Ministry
Alejandro Caceres, Grassroots Leadership
Dr. Karen Brown
Holly Wise, VoiceBox Media, Solutions Journalism Network, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Texas State

This summer dialogue series invites activists to reflect on the philosophy of their work; scholars to present reflective contexts for struggle; and students, faculty, and community members to engage understandings, foster networks, and create activist paths to social change.

Questions to be considered include:

  • What is nonviolent resistance?
  • What is passive resistance?
  • What does it mean to "love your enemies"?
  • What is justice? What is mercy?

8:30 a.m.: Coffee sponsored by @JusticeTalkTXST

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Summer Dialogues on Activism | Fight for $15

Location:
Off Campus; LBJ Museum of San Marcos, 131 N. Guadalupe St.
Cost:
Free and open to the public
Contact:
Greg Moses, 512.245.2285
Campus Sponsor:
Philosophy Dialogue Series, @JusticeTalkTXST, LBJ Museum of San Marcos, Honors College, Common Experience

Speakers/moderators:
Bradley Crowder, Austin Fight for $15
Josh Perez, San Marcos Fight for $15
Taylor Jones, Texas State Employees Union (TSEU)
Ed Mihalkanin, San Marcos City Council, Place 3

This summer dialogue series invites activists to reflect on the philosophy of their work; scholars to present reflective contexts for struggle; and students, faculty, and community members to engage understandings, foster networks, and create activist paths to social change.

Questions to be considered include:

  • What is nonviolent resistance?
  • What is passive resistance?
  • What does it mean to "love your enemies"?
  • What is justice? What is mercy?

more about event