Sunday, January 15, 2012
Bay Area Social Justice Forum: “People of Hope Agents for Change”
Join other concerned people of faith from parishes and schools throughout the Bay Area for the Second Annual Bay Area Social Justice Forum Saturday February 11th 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. The conference is sponsored by the Holy Names University, Diocese of Oakland’s Office for Life and Justice, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, JustFaith Oakland, Sisters of the Holy Family, Sisters of Saint Francis and Stop Slavery: Northern CA Coalition of Catholic Sisters.
Keynote speakers Fr. Daniel Groody, University of Notre Dame award winning author and film director and Jack Weinstein. Workshop topics include: Human trafficking, Immigration, Restorative Justice, Muslim-Christian Dialogue, Water Security, Death Penalty, Affordable Housing, Racism, and many more.
The workshops will be held in the Valley Center for the Performing Arts, Holy Names University, 3500 Mountain Blvd, Oakland, CA 94619. To learn more and register for the forum, go to www.hnu.edu/SocialJustice. To download flyer, click here.
It helps us if you complete the registration process online, however if you prefer NOT to register online, you can download and print a paper registration form here.