The goal of the yearlong Conflict Conversations series is to help the Duke Divinity School community understand the skills necessary to deal effectively with interpersonal, congregational, and other forms of group conflict.
Four Duke Divinity School students will attend the institute to explore how the theology of reconciliation can build peace in the Great Lakes region of East Africa. 
The workshop emphasized how spiritual pilgrimage could be used as a way to learn the story of a place, lament oppression, and witness resilience. 
Duke Divinity School students, faculty and staff spent five days in South Korea exploring the theology of reconciliation in Northeast Asia and gaining insights on how to further reconciliation in the U.S.
Three Duke Divinity students will attend the conference in South Korea May 29 to June 2.
Students attended a week-long conference in Uganda to lament and share hope with pastors and peace workers in the region.
The Gayle C. Felton Reconciliation Endowment honors the former Divinity School professor and her commitment to social justice.
The students attended the Christian Forum for Reconciliation in Northeast Asia, which took place this year in Hong Kong, China.
Crystal DesVignes, M.Div. ‘17, and Elizabeth Styron, M.Div./MSW ‘17, have been named 2016-17 Center for Reconciliation Justice Fellows.
David Anderson Hooker will present the third lecture in the series Reconciliation Conversations: Parts of the Whole, part of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Center for Reconciliation.

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