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SPU’s Vision of Radical Reconciliation: SPU’s School of Theology is partnering with other SPU constituents and people such as the Rev. Dr. John Perkins to live into our vision of being a grace-filled community that practices radical reconciliation.
YouTube: Explore the John Perkins Center playlist on YouTube.
Then-director Tali Hairston interviews Allan Boesak, liberation theologian and apartheid activist, and Curtiss Paul DeYoung, professor of reconciliation studies, at Bethel University (Nov. 11, 2012).
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The Perkins Center Lecture Series Fall Forum with Allan Boesak, PhD (November 1, 2012).
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Taproot Theatre’s co-founder Scott Nolte and then-Perkins Center director Tali Hairston tell the story of The Whipping Man and the Eighth Annual Perkins Lecture Series and Reconciliation Summit, in this interview on KING FM Arts Channel (April 15, 2013). (Audio/video no longer available.)
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In the News
Paintings by Charles Ethan Porter donated to the John Perkins Center at Seattle Pacific University were featured on KCPQ TV (April 19, 2016). Video
The Christian Examiner on the work of the John Perkins Center at SPU (Nov. 11, 2011).
“Deeply Embarrassed White People Talk Awkwardly About Race”
The Stranger reflects on race, specifically whiteness, in the Seattle context after the “Neighbors and Strangers” event with Taproot Theatre (Aug. 31, 2011).
Watch the trailer for the original documentary, Let Justice Roll On: The Life and Legacy of John M. Perkins. Order your copy today.