MILLENIAL VOICES FOR PEACE
SPONSORED BY WORLD VISION
BROUGHT TO SPU BY
THE ISRAEL PALESTINE CLUB
In early January, five SPU students, along with English Professor Doug Thorpe, journeyed to Washington DC for an event called Millennial Voices for Peace. Fifty young evangelicals from around the country gathered for the first time to deepen their understanding about the conflict in Israel-Palestine, to learn about advocacy, and then to visit Congressional offices.
On Thursday evening, students will discuss their experience in D.C. and introduce the Millennial Voices idea. They will be joined by Mae Cannon, World Vision’s Mideast Advocate, who will share a little of the group’s backstory.
When: Thursday Feb. 12th @ 7:30pm
Where: The SUB Collegium
A short film called “My Neighborhood” by one of the organizations we heard from in D.C.
Mae Cannon, World Vision’s Senior Director for Advocacy & Outreach, sharing some of the background of MVP
Time for questions and conversation
And time to eat pita and hummus!
PLEASE JOIN US!