Fr. Joshua Thomas of Kids4Peace will be presenting "Is There Hope for Peace in the Middle East?"
Fr. Josh Thomas has been Executive Director of Kids4Peace since 2011. An Episcopal priest, scholar and interfaith educator, Thomas has led Kids4Peace’s global youth movement through a decade of rapid growth. Before Kids4Peace, Thomas led a State department exchange program for youth in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina and served as a congregational pastor and university chaplain in Atlanta, Boston, Seattle, and New Hampshire. He taught interfaith education and peacebuilding at Boston University School of Theology. Fr. Josh also serves as Board Chair of the Alliance for Middle East Peace, a coalition of 100+ organizations working at the grassroots level to build peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Thomas is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Union Theological Seminary.
Fr. Josh is a frequent speaker, teacher and workshop leader. He has been an invited guest preacher at St. James Cathedral, Chicago; St. Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle; Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati; and Marsh Chapel at Boston University. He has been a presenter at Harvard Law School’s Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program, Yale University, and the United States Institute of Peace.
This event is sponsored by the Middle East Studies Center and Atlanta Global Studies Center.
Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm
GSU Student Advisement Center -- 25 Park Place, 8th Floor, Room 830 25 Park Pl NE, Atlanta, GA 30303