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SOURCE: Eastern University
The 2013 Justice Conference, hosted by Eastern University, will take place in Philadelphia, PA, and will promote dialogue about issues such as human trafficking, slavery, poverty, HIV/AIDS and human rights. It features internationally acclaimed speakers, hundreds of humanitarian organizations, dozens of pre-conference workshops, and a Film Festival following the conference on Sunday, February 24.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Thousands of people interested in social justice are coming to Philadelphia, PA, the weekend of February 22-24 for the 2013 Justice Conference. Hosted by Eastern University of St. Davids, PA, this conference promotes dialogue about issues such as human trafficking, slavery, poverty, HIV/AIDS and human rights. The Justice Conference will be held February 22 and 23 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. It features internationally acclaimed speakers, hundreds of humanitarian organizations, and dozens of pre-conference workshops. There will be a Film Festival following the conference on Sunday, February 24. Learn more and register at
Eastern University faculty and alumni participants include:
Dr. David Bronkema - Chair of The School of Leadership and Development
and Program Director for the MA in International Development
Shane Claiborne '97 – Author, speaker, and founding partner of The Simple Way
Rev. Dr. Wilson Goode - Former two-term mayor of Philadelphia,
ordained pastor and founder of Amachi Mentoring
Jodina Hicks - Executive Director of Urban Promise
Dr. Kimberlee Johnson - Chair of Urban Studies
Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil – Author, speaker, and president and founder
of Salter McNeil and Associates
Keith Wright – International President of Food for the Hungry
Eastern is a Philadelphia Christian University which integrates faith,
reason and justice into all programs for its 4,400 students. Eastern
University offers undergraduate, graduate, professional, urban,
international and Seminary programs through its five schools: the
College of Arts and Sciences, the Campolo College of Graduate and
Professional Studies, the Templeton Honors College, Palmer Seminary,
and Esperanza College.
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