Philosophy and Religion

RELIGION & PROTEST: Case Studies in Faith & Socio-Political Activism

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Price: 225.00 USD
8 Weeks

10 - 23 - 2017, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM 2017-10-23 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Faith-based values have formed the grounding for some of the most notable and momentous socio-political activist movements in the world. India, Africa, Europe, N. America—all these and more host extraordinary examples of individuals and groups who positioned their social justice activism within the rubric of religion and faith. In this course, we will examine several case studies of such activism, specifically those that put the faith dimension “front and center.” Case studies will include Martin Luther King, Jr., Gandhi, Dorothy Day, Malcolm X, as well as abolitionists, anti-poverty and anti-child labor activists. Our goal is to appreciate the role that religion plays in making the world a less hostile place to live.

RELIGION & PROTEST: Case Studies in Faith & Socio-Political Activism

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Price: 225.00 USD
8 Weeks

10 - 23 - 2017, 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM 2017-10-23 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Faith-based values have formed the grounding for some of the most notable and momentous socio-political activist movements in the world. India, Africa, Europe, N. America—all these and more host extraordinary examples of individuals and groups who positioned their social justice activism within the rubric of religion and faith. In this course, we will examine several case studies of such activism, specifically those that put the faith dimension “front and center.” Case studies will include Martin Luther King, Jr., Gandhi, Dorothy Day, Malcolm X, as well as abolitionists, anti-poverty and anti-child labor activists. Our goal is to appreciate the role that religion plays in making the world a less hostile place to live.