The 2024 Martin Luther King, Jr. Forum will feature leading theologians in a conversation on 'Where We Go From Here'.
The King & Faith Forum, serves as a vital platform for intellectual discourse and reflection on the enduring message and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This forum brings together a diverse community of scholars, theologians, activists, and the general public in a spirit of contemplation and dialogue.
Through engaging discussion, the King & Faith Forum delves into the intersection of faith, social justice, and Dr. King's teachings. It explores the profound influence of Dr. King's faith on his vision for civil rights and equality. Moreover, the forum examines how his message continues to resonate and inspire contemporary movements for justice and equity.
This gathering fosters an environment where ideas are exchanged, perspectives are broadened, and individuals are encouraged to carry forward Dr. King's legacy by promoting tolerance, inclusion, and the pursuit of a just society for all. The King & Faith Forum is a space where intellectual exploration meets the enduring spirit of hope and social change.
The King & Faith Forum takes place annually following the Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Evensong on Sunday afternoon before the Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday and is a partnership of the NorcalMLK Foundation, the Episcopal Diocese of California, and San Francisco's Grace Cathedral.
Watch the 2023 King & Faith Forum featuring NorcalMLK executive director, Aaron Grizzell as moderator, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Marc Handley Andrus, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of California, Dr. Raymond C. Carr, professor of systematic theology and director of the Codex Charles Long Archive at Harvard University, and Dr. Tracey E. Hucks, the Victor S. Thomas Professor of Africana Religious Studies at Harvard Divinity School and the Suzanne Young Murray Professor at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, here.