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2012 Keynote Video: Krista Foundation Conference

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conference logoThis Keynote Address: Roots of Hope, was given Saturday, May 26th, 2012, at The Krista Foundation for Global Citizenship's Annual Conference.

Dr. Cynthia Moe-Lobeda is Associate Professor of Theological and Social Ethics for Seattle University's Department of Theology and Religious Studies, Environmental Studies Program, and School of Theology and Ministry. Her current book project concerns faith-based response to systemic evils such as racism, economic exploitation, and ecological devastation.

The Krista Foundation 2012 Conference theme was Growing Service Leadership: Rooted for Life. Over the weekend, young adults in our program and intergenerational mentors spent time learning together how to develop and maintain healthy roots amidst the challenges of service and transition.

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  1. Gabriella GutiƩrrez y Muhs said:

    Wow, enlightening and hopeful, funny as well as humane. She truly is an exceptional and engaging speaker, I can imagine that the audience could not help but be "in communion" with her, as we say in Spanish. Great to see my colleague in action, and to witness her magnificence through this wonderful medium. I wish I could have heard the entire speech, but am aware of her work, and just read the most amazing introduction to her upcoming book. You Go Cynthia, excuse me, Dr. Moe-Lobeda!

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