Join Hundreds of Advocates for Justice and Human Rights at The 2014 Justice Conference Simulcast
Friday, February 21, 2014 - Saturday, February 22, 2014
The Justice Conference is a two-day annual event that focuses on creating dialogue and action around justice-related issues like human trafficking, slavery, poverty, HIV/AIDS, and human rights. As a partner site to the main conference taking place in Los Angeles, The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology will host a simulcast event, featuring acclaimed speakers, humanitarian organizations and informative pre-conference workshops, gathering students, teachers, artists, social entrepreneurs, pastors, advocates and academics to focus on the idea and practice of justice.
In addition to breakout sessions on the work of justice in Seattle, the main simulcast event will pair internationally acclaimed speakers, including Dr. Bernice King and Jim Wallis, with musical and other performing artists, including Josh Garrels, Micah Bournes and Jars of Clay. Attend and be educated, inspired and connected to a generation of men and women who share concern for the vulnerable and oppressed.