The students will join more than 100 Christian leaders in the GLI network to explore how the theology of reconciliation can build peace in the Great Lakes region of East Africa.
Duke Divinity students spent a week in Japan, where they worshipped together and attended seminars in order to enrich their understanding of reconciliation.
The ballet company performed interpretations of Psalms at a Goodson Chapel service and shared insights on the intersection of dance and reconciliation during a lunch discussion.
Colón-Emeric has a history of work with the CFR and will start his new role on July 1, 2018. 
Kenza Isnasni and Norman Wirzba shared Muslim and Christian perspectives on the theme “Food, Faith, and Land.”
Six Divinity School students traveled to Kampala, Uganda to attend the eighth annual Great Lakes Initiative (GLI) leadership institute in January. 
The CFR holds the pilgrimage to expose Divinity School students to the need for reconciliation and explore how God is at work in Durham. 
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. 

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