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Drumwright Family Lecture: Faith, Politics, and Policy: Social Innovation and Hope in America

November 9, 2017 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Alexander Reading Room
1301 S University Parks Dr
Waco, TX 76706

The 2017 endowed Drumwright Family Lecture will be a panel conversation on the general topic of solution models for addressing the problems of hunger and poverty in communities. The panel will consist of Heather Reynolds (President and CEO of Catholic Charities in Fort Worth, Texas), Robert Doar (American Enterprise Institute), and Jeremy Everett (Executive Director of Texas Hunger Initiative, Baylor University).

Reception immediately following the lecture.

Sponsors: Honors College, Honors Residential College, George W. Truett Seminary, and the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion