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    Faith in the City is a monthly gathering in Baltimore that explores the intersection between faith and public life.

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THE CHURCH’S RESPONSE TO MASS INCARCERATION

 

HOW THE CHURCH CAN BECOME STATIONS OF HOPE FOR RE-ENTRY CITIZENS

 

LECTURE & TRAINING

Dr. Harold Dean Trulear

Thursday, May 22, 2016
12:15 PM

 

WESTSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST
7009 JOHNNYCAKE ROAD
BALTIMORE, MD 21244

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Dr. Harold Dean Trulear

Director of the Healing Communities Prison Ministry and Prisoner Reentry Project of the Philadelphia Leadership Foundation. 

contentHarold Dean Trulear is an ordained American Baptist minister and serves as Associate Professor of Applied Theology at Howard University. He is also Director of the Healing Communities Prison Ministry and Prisoner Reentry Project of the Philadelphia Leadership Foundation. Designed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Healing Communities has been implemented in over 25 sites nationally, in partnership with such organizations as the Progressive National Baptist Convention, The General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church and the D-Free Ministry. Dr. Trulear is on the pastoral staff of Praise and Glory Tabernacle in Southwest Philadelphia, and also serves as a Fellow at the Center for Public Justice in Washington, DC. He has taught religion, public policy and community studies in several institutions, including Yale University, the University of Southern California, Hartford Seminary, Eastern University and Vanderbilt University.

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Heber Brown, III

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Pastor – Activist – Social Entrepreneur – Public Speaker. Founder of Oritas Cross Freedom School and of The Black Church Food Security Network

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Jamye Wooten

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Digital Strategist – Faith-rooted Organizer – Social Entrepreneur – Minister of Information and 2015 Social Justice Institute Fellow at Boston University School of Theology.

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Lawrence W. Rodgers

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Lawrence W. Rodgers was born to Robbie and Darryl in Eastern North Carolina. His parents taught him to be both spiritually astute and socially conscious. The poor town of Kinston that Lawrence grew up in, introduced him to social ills that often plagued poor people, black people, people of color, and women. From a young age,…

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The Black Church Food Security Network is an association of congregations, farmers, food advocates, and community activists working together to create an alternative food system in the Baltimore metropolitan area. 

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