Kinetics cordially invites you to a special reception honoring Black Scholars of Religion
Join the nations leading scholars, clergy and faith-rooted organizers as we celebrate creative and scholarly excellence.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH
101 West Fayette Street
Reception featuring Music by Contemporary Violinist, Daniel D.
7PM – 8PM
|Violinist Daniel D. – Stevie Wonder Tribute|
Talent is a gift, and Daniel D. discovered his early in life. He first drew a bow across the strings of a violin at 12 years old. With his 2012 newly produced album ‘Epic Sounds’, his single ‘Lullaby’ has already reached the top 50 Indie Charts. In 2010 he produced his second studio Album Serenade following his first release, “Play For Me” in 2009. An Apollo Theater Winner, Charlotte Music Award Recipient, and a highlighted performer on B.E.T. 106 & Park, he was an opening Artist for the 2008 President Barack Obama Presidential Campaign, Essence Magazine Susan Taylor’s Celebration – hosted by Oprah Winfrey, and at Jesse Jackson’s Birthday Event in the presence of notables such as, T.V. host Larry King, and the late Michael Jackson.
PROPHETIC VOICES AWARDS
featuring Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak
World Renowned Theologian and Anti-apartheid Activist
8 PM – 10 PM
REGISTRATION IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Keynote Address featuring Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak, anti-apartheid activist and The Desmond Tutu Chair of Peace, Global Justice, and Reconciliation Studies at Butler University and Christian Theological Seminary.
Dr. Boesak will speak on the state of the Black community 150 years post Emancipation Proclamation and the public theological role of the Black church in critiquing the body politic of the nation.
We will honor Dr. Stacey Floyd-Thomas and Rev. Dr. Gayraud Wilmore with the Prophetic Voices Award. The Prophetic Voices Award celebrates scholarly and creative excellence and recognizes scholars whose work has transcended the classroom.
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|Center on Race, Religion and Economic Democracy is an Institute at Union Theological Seminary|