Neely Speaker Series on Religion and Public Policy

How are religious leaders impacting public service in their communities? What is the relationship between service provision and policy change advocacy? Three religious practitioners will speak with Watts College about how their faith commitments shape their engagement with anti-poverty and anti-racist service and advocacy. Learn from innovative approaches to homelessness, moral budgeting and policy platforms, prison ministry, using social enterprise farming to create living-wage employment, and advocating for accessible addiction treatment.

Fridays 2-3:15pm MST

Held on Zoom 

For ASU students, staff, and faculty, there is an in-person option: UCENT 822a 

Register here