Speakers are as follows:
- Ruby Nell Sales, founder and director of Atlanta’s Spirit House Project, a national religious nonprofit that uses the arts, research, education, action and spirituality to unite diverse individuals for racial, economic and social justice;
- Tim Wise, a prominent national antiracist essayist and educator;
- the Rev. Dr. Marvin McMickle, president of Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, Rochester, N.Y., and Judson Press author;
- Dr. Jessica Felix Romero, communications director for Sojourners magazine;
- the Rev. Dr. Darryl Roberts, pastor of Nineteenth Street Baptist Church, Washington, D.C.; and
- the Rev. Julie Pennington-Russell, pastor of First Baptist Church, Washington, D.C.
In addition, the event will feature a Judson Press book table as well as a book signing with McMickle.
Founded by former President Jimmy Carter, New Baptist Covenant promotes “Covenants of Action” among Baptist churches from various traditions and racial/ethnic backgrounds for racial reconciliation and social justice projects.
The summit will be held at the Sheraton Downtown Atlanta.
For additional information and to register, visit http://newbaptistcovenant.org.
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