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Hear from Bishop John Bryant, a retired Senior Bishop of the Fourth Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
The inaugural Folorunso Alakija Distinguished Lecture on Religion and Public Life in Africa will be delivered by Bishop John Richard Bryant, retired Senior Bishop and Presiding Prelate of the Fourth Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
In addition, the 2017 Choir of the World, the Aeolians from Oakwood University, will provide inspirational music.
This lecture provides a platform for the Harvard University Center for African Studies to connect faith leaders with the Harvard community and beyond in a conversation about the constantly shifting and contested boundary between the secular and the sacred, the public and the private.
This event is free and open to the public. RSVP required.
This event is hosted by the Harvard University Center for African Studies.
ORGANIZER: Harvard University Center for African Studies
SUPPORTERS: Hutchins Center, AAAS, and Division of Social Sciences