Emory Invites Public To Reconciliation Symposium
As the nation comes together to inaugurate a new president, Emory University is inviting the public to come together, either in person or on-line, for a three-day Reconciliation Symposium Jan. 25-27 that will look at reconciliation as it relates to society's most pressing issuesfrom global conflict to local violence, from health care to the environment.
Former President Jimmy Carter, an Emory faculty member, will give the opening address on "Reconciliation in the New Millennium," at 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25 in Glenn Memorial Auditorium. Tickets are required, and are available at the Emory box office at 404-727-5050. Carter's speech will be broadcast live on Emory's web site at: www.emory.edu/PROVOST/ReconciliationSymposium/.
Other Reconciliation Symposium sessions to be broadcast live on the
A complete schedule of Reconciliation Symposium events and locations
is available on the reconciliation web site, or by calling 404-712-9280.
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