Supported by a Grant From the Luce Foundation.

A Public Theology Initiative

Digital Disparity is a Moral Issue

"This is not a morally neutral tool. We need to increase our critical digital literacy."

Can’t Shape the Future if You are Stuck in the Past

"We call youth the future, but crippling nostalgia strips youth of the power to create that future."


Social Justice Leadership Project

Our Goals

The Social Justice Leadership Project is committed to lifting up the voices of justice artists - critical writers, painters, poets, dancers, musicians and organizers - whose expressions of insight are sorely needed to turn public discourse toward creative visions for our collective future. We understand ourselves as partners in a collaborative project to both generate ideas from thought leaders in important areas of social justice, as well as from coalitions with leading activist organizations and justice artists. Toward these ends, this website will act as a platform and hub. Our hope is that together we can forge connections between multi-faith partners, and foster spiritually-based, socially-engaged conversations, prophetic criticism and strategies for social change.

Art and Justice

Victor Wooten in Concert

Wooten, a five-time Grammy winner, hit the worldwide scene in 1990 as a founding member of the super-group Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. Continuing to blaze a musical trail with the band, Wooten has also become widely known for his own Grammy-nominated solo recordings and tours.

In 2011, Rolling Stone voted Victor one of the top ten bassists of all time.

Victor is also the author of The Music Lesson: A Spiritual Search for Growth Through Music.

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From the launch at Tipple-Vosburgh:

Keynote by Bishop Karen Oliveto

If you missed our launch, you can now catch up with our vimeo album! See bible studies, justice music, panel discussions, keynotes and more.