An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story
A screening of a new documentary by Martin Doblmeier on the late theologian Reinhold Niebuhr will be held April 12 in the Damen Student Center Cinema at 4:00 p.m. The documentary, titled “An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story” will feature interviews with such luminaries as Cornel West, President Jimmy Carter, civil rights pioneer Andrew Young, Susannah Heschel, Niebuhr’s daughter Elizabeth Sifton, Stanley Hauerwas, Gary Dorrien, and Robin Lovin. The documentarian Martin Doblmeier will be on-hand for the screening and will participate in a panel discussion after the viewing of the documentary with Susan Ross, Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar, Hille Haker, and Robin Lovin. All are welcome.
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