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Friday, May 17 • 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Engaging Faith Leaders in Welcoming Work

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Faith leaders, using moral frames and faith-oriented narratives, can help local communities move towards a welcoming tipping point.  This session will introduce research findings from three of Auburn Seminary’s fieldwork cities (Dayton, Omaha and Minneapolis) where faith leaders have played an important role in supporting immigrant integration. Participants will map faith leader engagement in their own locality and explore how Auburn’s national network of faith leaders may be leveraged to deepen local faith leader engagement.

Speakers
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Dr. Christian Scharen

Vice President of Applied Research, Center for the Study of Theological Education at Auburn Seminary
The Rev. Dr. Christian Scharen is Vice President of Applied Research and leads of the Center for the Study of Theological Education at Auburn Seminary. His main research and writing interests center on practical theology and theological education, with a particular interest in what... Read More →
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Dr. Erica Ramirez

Director of Applied Research, Auburn Seminary
Dr. Erica M. Ramirez is Auburn’s Director of Applied Research. A scholar of Latinx religion, Ramirez is a cultural sociologist with broad interests in religion, contemporary politics, and culture. She is is particularly interested in “how radical religious traditions present as... Read More →


Friday May 17, 2019 1:15pm - 2:30pm
Omni William Penn - Monogahela Room - 17th Floor

Attendees (22)