Unity Day 2021

Unity Day

Pre-Conference on

Unity of Religions & Spirituality

Thursday, April 22, 2021
2 - 4 p.m.

Pre-Conference Theme:

Do Religion and Spirituality Matter in the "New Normal"?

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Since its founding, Stockton University has promoted civic learning and fostered an environment that values civil debate, critical thinking and multiple points of view.

Unity Day is a campus-wide effort to study, discuss and better understand the world in which we live.and the people with whom we share it.

It is an opportunity to listen, learn and talk with people of different cultures, genders and points of view.

Come listen to the stories.

Come join us for the conversation.

Featured Speaker

Kevin Locke “Tokaheya Inajin”

Kevin Locke “Tokaheya Inajin”

International Hoop Dancer, Educator, Traditional Storyteller from Lakota and Anishnabe Indigenous Tribes

Panel of Speakers

The Multiple Dimensions Of The Black Church: The Sacred And The Secular
Dr. Linda Williamson Nelson

Journey Into Jewish Faith
Dr. Lisa Reyes Mason

Building Unity In Our Community Through Spiritual Empowerment: A Baháʼí Perspective
Samir Dalal

On Hayden & Spiritual Unity
Poet Peter Murphy

Musical Themes On Unity

Breakout Rooms

Advance Registration Required

The Main Conference Is Scheduled For Thursday, November 4, 2021. Save The Date!

Presented by the Committee on Campus Diversity & Inclusive Excellence at Stockton University.

For more information, email Dr. Guia Apostle at Guia.Calicdan-Apostle@stockton.edu or Dr. Valerie Hayes at Valerie.Hayes@stockton.edu.