Chaplains’ Picks, Nov 8, 2018

Thurs, Nov 15 – God Saw That It Was Good: Christian faith and climate justice 6 pm, Divinity Common Room, Trinity College In preparation for the People’s Assembly on Climate Justice, the Student Christian Movement explores scriptural understandings of creation and faith-based resources for climate justice.
Thurs, Nov 15 – Powers, Principalities, and the Spirit 
4 pm, Knox College Rm 4 A launch for Knox College Professor Acolatse’s book, Powers, Principalities, and the Spirit. The book explores Biblical realism in Africa and the west. Info here.
Fri, Nov 16 – Qu(e)erying Religion 11 am – 1 pm, Multi-Faith Centre Quiet  Room  Join other students to explore the intersections between gender, sexuality and faith.
Sat, Nov 17 – Toronto People’s Assembly on Climate Justice 2018
9 am – 5 pm, U of T Multi-Faith Centre
Join people working for climate justice at the grassroots level for a day of panels and workshops on themes of: Indigenous sovereignty and self-determination; labour and economics; migrant justice; violence against people and land; and food, medicine and sustainable alternatives. Help us map our communities and build towards a local climate justice movement.
Mon, Nov 19 – The Accidental Jurist: Thoughts on a life in law: Senator Murray Sinclair
5:00 pm to 6:30 pm, Hart House Debates Room, 2nd floor
The Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies, Faculty of Law, and Woodsworth College cordially invites you to attend our 2018 John LI. J. Edwards Lecture. Senator Sinclair served the justice system in ­­Manitoba for over 25 years. He was the first Aboriginal Judge appointed in Manitoba and Canada’s second. He served as Co-Chair of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry in Manitoba and as Chief Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC).  Senator Sinclair has been invited to speak throughout the world, has won numerous awards for his leadership, mentorship and advocacy, and has received Honorary Doctorates from over a dozen Canadian universities.He will be

introduced by Lee Maracle, Si’Yam, Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto. Please RSVP by Wednesday November 14th, 2018 to This is a free event.

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