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Thursday, May 18 • 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Between Yeezus & Jesuz: Making Sense of the Post-Civil Rights Era for Urban Youth Ministers [REPEATS]

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The demographic shift within U.S. has created a post-civil rights generation; a generation that has grown up on Kanye, Kendrick, and a post 9/11 America. Come engage in this research-based workshop as Irene Cho and Daniel White Hodge discuss their new book's findings about urban youth ministry in a post-civil rights era. Let's begin to put some context around a Jesuz that is contextual for those under the age of 20.

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Irene Cho

Program Manager, Fuller Youth Institute
Irene Cho serves as the Program Manager for the Fuller Youth Institute (FYI). She holds a Master of Divinity from Talbot Theological Seminary and a BA in Christian Education from Biola University, and is a PhD student in Fuller's School of Intercultural Studies. At FYI, Irene is... Read More →
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Daniel White Hodge

Director of The Center For Youth Ministry Studies & Associate Professor of Youth Ministry, North Park University
Daniel White Hodge PhD, has over 20 years of youth work under his belt. He has worked for and with organizations such as Young Life and World Vision and has done work with undocumented youth in Los Angeles. He was a youth pastor for many years and continues to advocate for urban youth justice concerns. | | Dr. Hodge has taught at Cal State University Northridge's religious studies department as well as Fuller Theological Seminary's school of intercultural studies. As a speaker, writer, and activist he has spoken on many college campuses including Stanford University, UCLA, USC, and Union Theological Seminary. Dan teaches classes around the world on subjects such as Black popular culture, personality and the self, Hip Hop discourse, and race/ethnicity within religion. | | Dan's three current books are Heaven Has A Ghetto: The Missiological Gospel... Read More →


Thursday May 18, 2017 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Duke 520