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Rev. D. Maurice Charles. "To resist absurdity is to live." On why "you don't have to feel what someone else feels to do the right thing" and creating a society that makes space for all of us‪.‬ Is it Recess Yet? Confessions of a Former Child Prodigy

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In my conversation with the Rev. D. Maurice Charles, the first African American chaplain at the University of Chicago, he shares how he was called to the ministry; his family heritage of slavery and survival; his scholarly work in religion and violence; why denying the existence of systematic bias is damaging to BIPOC and oppressed groups; how music and the arts help us process trauma; and why we should "treat others not only how we want to be treated, but how they want to be treated."

In my conversation with the Rev. D. Maurice Charles, the first African American chaplain at the University of Chicago, he shares how he was called to the ministry; his family heritage of slavery and survival; his scholarly work in religion and violence; why denying the existence of systematic bias is damaging to BIPOC and oppressed groups; how music and the arts help us process trauma; and why we should "treat others not only how we want to be treated, but how they want to be treated."

1 hr 2 min

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