I’ve had a great day at The Justice Conference.
So far I’ve attended sessions on Immigration, Gentrification in Portland, the Innocence Project and their work exonerating those who have been wrongly convicted of crimes, and the Arab Spring in comparison to the revolutions in 1848 and 1989. I won’t have the chance to write many thoughts now, but hopefully will have the chance to process what I’ve heard so far a bit later.
Later this evening the main conference will begin with Ken Wytsma and then Miroslav Volf. I’m so thankful to be here.