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Tuesday, April 23 • 7:15pm - 8:30pm
Movement to Movements: Young, Active, and Faithful

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Movement, particularly increased movement, has been a hallmark of adolescence—this includes more autonomy to go on one’s own, to walk home with friends, to drive, to relying less on one’s parents/guardians. In this lecture, we explore the connections between this increased movement in adolescence, alongside the connections of movement (and embodiment) to movements for social change and justice.

We look both at the significance of moving for these movements, such as why marches, die-ins, walk-outs, etc. are important embodied practices of social change movements and how adolescents have led the charge in recent (and not so recent) movements. We also look at how young people are embodying their faith and justice commitments in these movements.

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Almeda Wright

Associate Professor, Yale Divinity School
Almeda M. Wright is the Associate Professor of Religious Education at Yale Divinity School. Dr. Wright’s research focuses on African American religion, adolescent spiritual development, and the intersections of religion and public life. Her most recent book is The Spiritual Lives... Read More →


Tuesday April 23, 2019 7:15pm - 8:30pm
Room 6 | Stuart Hall Stuart Hall, Princeton, NJ, USA