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Albert Nolan, OP as Racial Justice Activist, Writer and Dominican
Rosary Chapel
Free, Registration required

In 1983, Fr. Albert Nolan, OP turned down the role of Master General of the Dominican Order in order to return to South Africa to continue his work to end apartheid. This panel discussion will explore the history of anti-apartheid work in South Africa and the U.S., the involvement of communities of faith in that work and the life, spirituality and theology of Albert Nolan. His witness stands as an enduring legacy of faith-rooted resistance to systemic racism. The panel will be moderated by Dr. Barbara Reid, OP, President of Catholic Theological Union and will include  Fr. Thulani Magwaza, Pastor, The Faith Community of Saint Sabina, Dr. Fannie Rushing, Professor of History and Global Studies at Benedictine University, Fr. Timothy Radcliff, OP, former Master General of the Dominican Order, and Fr. Don Goergen, OP, Theologian.