Sacred Priorities, Faithful Action
A Social Justice Agenda for the Incoming NYC Administration
Join us on December 8, 2021, from 9:00 – 11:45 am for Sacred Priorities, Faithful Action: A Social Justice Agenda for the Incoming NYC Administration, a conference hosted by Union Theological Seminary through its Center for Community Engagement and Social Justice. It is designed to bring religious communities, leaders, and scholars into the critical social justice policy conversations taking place amongst policymakers, policy analysts, and political leaders. The event is being held in conjunction with NYC 2025, a group based at NYU Wagner that convenes non-partisan experts across a range of areas to hold an ongoing conversation about issues that must be addressed for the city to become a stronger and more equitable city. Registration is required to receive the Zoom details.
Speakers and panelists will include Lt. Governor Brian Benjamin as well prominent NYC policymakers (past and present), academics and scholars, and leaders of faith-based nonprofit organizations and religious communities. Part of NYC 2025’s Road to Recovery Series.
Date: December 8, 2021
Location: Zoom RSVP
Note: In-person attendance will be limited to promote the safety of the Union community and the well-being of attendees. If you would like to attend as an in-person attendee, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All attendees will be required to submit proof of vaccination prior to the event). Read Union’s visit policy here.