“Justice in Africa: On Whose Terms” a Success!

This weekend, AFJN hosted its 2010 annual meeting and conference, entitled “Justice in Africa: On Whose Terms” featuring Fr. Peter Henriot, S.J. as a keynote. Nearly 150 individuals -missionaries, students, activists, and scholars – from across the

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U.S. and from several African nations, all gathered in Rosslyn, Va to share and learn about justice, both in and for, Africa.

Click here for the text of Fr. Peter Henriot’s Keynote Address!

Also, click here for resources from the lobby day, and read the summary of the visits here! A special thanks to our conference sponsors. Check back soon for more pictures!

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