LiNK on Campus
Thursday, April 24, 7 p.m., Hoover 105
The Center for Peace and Justice welcomes LiNK (Liberty In North Korea) representatives on our campus. They travel to communities across the country and provide a personal look into the challenges the North Korean people face, as well as changes happening inside the country. Right now, 24 million people in North Korea face the most repressive regime in the world, where people are denied their most basic human rights. This statistic is staggering, but each one of us can do something to bring justice and freedom to the Korean people.
LiNK offers practical ways to support the Korean people as they overcome one of the greatest challenges facing humanity today. Come Thursday and listen to how we can stand and support the people of North Korea.
Need more information? Contact Annie Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org)
George Fox joins the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge
Facilitated by the Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships
The Center for Peace and Justice/Center for Global Studies director Clint Baldwin wrote a proposal that was accepted by the campus challenge project. He and Joel Perez, former dean of transitions and inclusion, traveled to the initiative's national kick-off event Aug. 1-2, 2011, at the White House. This initiative is encouraging institutions of higher education to make the vision for interfaith cooperation and community service a reality on campuses across the country.