Thursday, May 31, 2018  from 12 Noon to 1 PM (EST)

Kendrick Kemp had two major strokes in his twenties that impacted his life in profound ways. He talks with us about how his own life was changed by these events and how “disability” is an issue of deep impact for people of color, as well as the influence of his mentor, the late Dr. James Cone. Learn more about his story and his “Black Liberation Theology of Disability,” during this moving and insightful conversation. Auburn webinars offer a unique, immersive invitational experience. Participants may attend in-person, online, or watch later at their convenience.

Join us online or in-person and some away with a new perspective.

Location: Online & Auburn Seminary | 475 Riverside Drive. | New York, NY 10115

Other Webinars:

  • Bridging Divides, Exploring Methodologies with Mike Niconchuk
  • Black Liberation Theology of Disability