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A Sion College Seminar: Race, Memory and Dialogue – “Culture Wars” and the Church of England

Speaker: Bishop Lusa Nsenga-Ngoy

In an age of “culture wars”, where comment and social media can seem increasingly polarised and confrontational, we can lament our inability to enter into dialogue.  

Bishop Lusa believes that leaders in faith have a privileged task of offering healthier patterns of interaction across the world’s divides, and will help us to reflect on the role of Anglican clergy in mediating truth-telling and reconciliation.

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