Swope Lecture: "White Too Long: the Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity"

Robert Jones, the director of the Public Religion Research Institute, returns (virtually) to Puget Sound to offer our Fall 2020 Swope Endowed Lecture. Jones will address the subject of his most recent book, White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity, but will also engage with us in reflection on the 2020 Election happening a week before the lecture. This lecture is free and open to campus and the public. The Swope Endowed Lectures are a longstanding tradition at Puget Sound, supported through a generous gift honoring alumna Jane Hammer Swope to bring Puget Sound and Tacoma leading voices concerning faith, ethics, values, and religion in society.

Join us on Zoom: https://pugetsound-edu.zoom.us/j/99559933839?pwd=VlJ5Y0dNWjJFb3ZWOTU4OEpqOUVxUT09

For more information, please contact University Chaplain and Swope Committee Chair Dave Wright at chaplain@pugetsound.edu or 253-879-3818.

Jones' book is available at the Logger Store.

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