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Seminary of Southwest celebrates Black History Month

Seminary of Southwest celebrates Black History Month

This month the Seminary of the Southwest is celebrating Black History Month with a variety of activities:

Seminary of the Southwest is pleased to announce its special events for Black History Month 2015.  The focus of the events over the course of the month is a discussion of justice in the post-Civil Rights era of the United States.  Over the course of the month, the Seminary of the Southwest community will be considering the intersection of justice and race in three different events during the month of February.  In addition to the special events for Black History Month, the seminary community will honor Holy Women and Holy Men during its regularly scheduled chapel services in Christ Chapel.

All events during Black History Month are free and open to the public.



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