Guest: John Tyler, member, Christian Science Board of Lectureship
John Tyler has been an activist in his broad professional life – including working as a labor organizer to protect exploited sweatshop workers, counseling inmates in a state penitentiary, and teaching political science at Princeton and the University of Pittsburgh where he founded a residence for students in an effort to heal racial divisions in America. For his involvement, he received the YWCA’s Racial Justice Award.
On this program, John Tyler, now a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, discusses his approach to resolving conflict from family issues to how we confront some of the major acts of violence and disparities that are increasingly part of the fabric of America. He will be in Madison on Sunday, October 29, speaking on Conflict Resolution: A Spiritual Approach, at First Church of Christ Scientist, 610 S. Segoe Road, at 2 pm. The event is free and open to the public.