MSASA “Voices of African Scholars” symposium at Episcopal Divinity School

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“Religion and the Human Condition: Voices of African Scholars,” a symposium featuring scholars from six African countries, will be held on Wednesday, April 15, 5-8:30 p.m., at Episcopal Divinity School (99 Brattle Street) in Cambridge. The event is being sponsored by MSASA, the Massachusetts Scholarship for African Students in America, a partnership of the Diocese of Massachusetts and EDS. The evening will include a social interlude with festive buffet supper; following the presentations and discussion, there will be a wrap-up guided by the Rev. Dr. Ian Douglas. MSASA offers this program free to all, and invites all.

FOR INFORMATION: Paul Katampu, Episcopal Divinity School(617/864-1029 or pkatampu@eds.edu) or The Rev. Homer McCue, MSASA Chairperson (homerica@verizon.net).