Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Faith-Based: Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference. Webinar Series. November 2023




Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, Inc.

With Vision... By Faith... Through Action





Black and Christian Webinar Series



Join our 2024 #GIVINGTUESDAY campaign, dedicated to supporting peace in the Holy Land. We are excited to announce the release of "Black and Christian: In These Times of War," 4-part national teach-in webinar series.


Each thought-provoking, insightful webinar is available individually at $25.00/each, or as a 5-part set (including the bonus video of "Connecting the Dots: Palestine and South Africa," (a fascinating discourse between Dr. Mitri Raheb and Dr. Allan Boesak) for $100.00. These videos are available via unlimited streaming by visiting...



(You will need to create a free Vimeo account to stream videos)


**ALL proceeds of this campaign support Bright Stars of Bethlehem, Gaza and the West Bank and the Proctor Conference at the United Nations.





The Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, Inc. (SDPC) is a nonprofit organization and United Nations NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) sharply focused on advancing the mission to nurture, support and mobilize African American faith, civic, corporate and philanthropic leaders to address critical needs of human and social justice within local, national and global communities. Named to honor the late Rev. Dr. Samuel DeWitt Proctor - a global 20th century educator, theologian, and civic leader - the overarching organization’s goals are to strengthen the individual and collective capacity of thought leaders and activists in the academy, church and community through education, advocacy and activism. Founded in 2003, it is a respected network of ecumenical congregations, clergy and lay leaders that embodies the values of academic excellence, transgenerational engagement, and community outreach as evidence of faith and Christian witness.



Statement on Discrimination, Intimidation, and Harassment


Since our inception, the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference (SDPC), Inc. has sought to nurture, sustain, and mobilize the African American faith community – in collaboration with civic, corporate, and philanthropic leaders – to address critical needs of human rights and social justice within local, national, and global communities. As a trusted interdenominational justice organization, it is our priority to be the place and space for ALL- radically inclusive and anchored in love. To that end, SDPC is an organization that has no tolerance for discrimination, abuse, homophobia, all forms of gender-based violence, sexual impropriety, intimidation, or harassment based upon age, citizenship status, diverse-abilities, ethnicity, gender, national origin, race, and sexual orientation. The SDPC adheres to these principles and expectations to respect the rights of others to ensure a safe nonviolent environment of its work and event spaces.






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