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Friday, April 8 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
From Human To Humane: The Importance of Transcendent Dignity

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This interactive session begins with understanding prejudice as a human phenomenon, which is evident in all of us. It continues in describing the need for awareness of the indirect forms of discrimination--invisibility, labeling, concurrent expectations. It concludes with transforming ways to celebrate our uniqueness and affirm our transcendent dignity.


David E. Faris


Dr. Sally Palmer

Lecturer in Religious Studies, Univ. of Wyoming
Moderator: Dr. Sally Palmer teaches in Religious Studies and has given presentations on social justice at the Shepherd Symposium, State of the Rockies Symposium, and Iliff's Thought Conversations of Religious Leaders. Her specializations are eco-justice, poverty, and interfaith dialogue. | Her work at UW includes: Religion and Science in Dialogue, Ecocentrism--Where Religion and Science Meet, Beyond Life and Death, and Nature and Spirit... Read More →

Friday April 8, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Senate Chambers UW Student Union

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