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Colonialism, Empire, and Race: The Politics of Modern Jewish-Christian Relations

Keith Bowers
7 p.m., Monday April 08 | Free.

 Xavier University's Ethics/Religion and Society lecture series presents Susannah Heschel, PhD, speaking at the Duff Banquet Center. This part of the "Justice, Tolerance and Diversity series encourages discussion around the meanings of these words and their relationship to each other.



Where: Cintas Center
Address: 1624 Herald Avenue
Website: www.goxavier.com

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