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The Thurman Forum

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Conversations from the margins

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Denise Bradley Programme Manager: Marginalisation with the Corrymeela Community To have a sense of that is vital, a basic and underlying awareness of life and its potentialities at every level of experience, this is to be an Apostle of... more

Is this America now?

Dong Jin Kim is a Korean Academic with a particular emphasis on peacemaking and ecumenical initiatives across both South and North Korea. To have a sense of that is vital, a basic and underlying awareness of life and its potentialities... more

Glenn Jordan was a peace practioner and public theologian in Northern Ireland. He worked in the space between faith and public life dedicateing his life to bridging many divides. To have a sense of that is vital, a basic and underlying... more

Yvonne Naylor, Corrymeela Community Member, Northern Ireland Peace Activist, Puppeteer To have a sense of that is vital, a basic and underlying awareness of life and its potentialities at every level of experience, this is to be an Apostle of... more

What is happening in the world?

To have a sense of that is vital, a basic and underlying awareness of life and its potentialities at every level of experience, this is to be an Apostle of Sensitiveness. These are the words of Howard Thurman, author, theologian,... more

To have a sense of that is vital, a basic and underlying awareness of life and its potentialities at every level of experience, this is to be an Apostle of Sensitiveness. These are the words of Howard Thurman, author, theologian,... more

To have a sense of that is vital, a basic and underlying awareness of life and its potentialities at every level of experience, this is to be an Apostle of Sensitiveness. These are the words of Howard Thurman, author, theologian,... more

We ask the question what does Thurman's work have to say to us in the present moment, it what ways is this moment semilar, in what ways is it different? How do we feel hearing this today?

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