Perspectives on Our History - March 16, 2021
In this third and final Conversation in our three-part series, President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D. will be joined by Board of Regents Chair Mark Rountree and the three co-chairs of the Commission on Historic Campus Representations to discuss the connections between slavery and Baylor University’s founding and the Commission's work to fulfill its charge to provide recommendations for how best to communicate and reflect the complete history of Baylor University.
Perspectives on our History - March 9, 2021
In this second Conversation in our three-part series, Dr. Ronald Johnson, the Ralph and Bessie Mae Lynn Chair of History in Baylor University’s History Department, will be joined by a panel of experts to explore the history of slavery in Texas and the relationship between slavery and Baptist life.
Perspectives on Our History - March 2, 2021
In this first of three Conversation Series events, Dr. Ronald Johnson, the Ralph and Bessie Mae Lynn Chair of History in Baylor University’s History Department, will be joined by a panel of experts who provide insight into the history of slavery in America.
Racial Healing and Justice - July 8, 2020
In a continuation of “Our Responsibility as Christians to Elevate Conversations on Race, Peacemaking and Conciliation,” a Baylor Conversation Series online event held on June 24, faculty panelists will answer many of the questions submitted from the 24th as well as ones asked during this event.
Our Responsibility as Christians to Elevate Conversations on Race, Peacemaking and Conciliation - June 24, 2020
Join Baylor University President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., and three distinguished faculty guests for a conversation that explores how, as a Christian university with a community called to offer the grace and peace of Christ to all of God's people, we should lean into the current events, build upon our actions to date, and elevate the difficult, uncomfortable but important conversations -- with actionable steps -- regarding race, privilege, violence and conciliation in America.