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A different kind of anti-racism course
In January, MTSO offered Doing Our Own Work, a class on anti-racism just for white people. In the latest issue of Campus View, John Henderson (M.Div. ’16) reflects on the experience.

Progressives and the anti-human trafficking movement
View archived video of the faculty lecture “Missing in Action: The Disappearance of Progressive Christianity in the Movement to End Human Trafficking,” by Yvonne Zimmerman, associate professor of Christian ethics.

A slaughter that didn’t make the news
Writing in Sojourners, MTSO faculty member Valerie Bridgeman asks hard questions about America’s reaction to the mass killing of Nigerian children – “86 children our society had no time to acknowledge.”

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How should religious leaders use health metaphors?
MTSO alum and doctoral student Jennifer Stockwell discusses the "fascinating and, often, deeply troubling" ways religion borrows language from medicine.

MTSO's graduation weekend begins with this 7:30 p.m. service in the Alford Centrum.

MTSO's 54th commencement begins at 11 a.m. in the Dickinson Courtyard. Clarence G. Newsome, president of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, will deliver the address to the class of 2016.