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Saint Joseph’s College of Maine to Host Virtual “Awakening to the Violence of Systemic Racism” Event on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

STANDISH---Saint Joseph’s College of Maine will host a special virtual event on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Monday, January 17) entitled “Awakening to the Violence of Systemic Racism.” Facilitating the discussion will be Sherine Green, an adjunct professor of theology for the online theology program at Saint Joseph’s College and author of a new book also named Awakening to the Violence of Systemic Racism. All are welcome to attend the free event which will begin at 7 p.m. To join the conversation online or by phone on Monday night:

In addition to her duties at the college, Green serves as the director of youth faith formation at Christ Our Light Parish in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. A mother of two boys, Green is also an adjunct professor of theology at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. She previously worked at the Romero Center in Camden, New Jersey, where she developed retreats for high schools, colleges, and parish groups from around the country. After college, she immigrated from Jamaica to serve as a Mercy Volunteer in Brooklyn, New York.