Good Faith Media will host its final racial justice forum on July 28.
The first two Good Faith Forums took place on July 14 and 21, streaming live to GFM’s Facebook page. A recording of the first forum is available here, and a recording of the second forum is available here.
On July 28, the final town hall will be moderated by Terrell Carter, a former police officer, ordained minister and the vice president and chief diversity officer for Greenville University in Greenville, Illinois.
Policing reform, touching on criminal justice reform, will be addressed by Danielle L. Bridgeforth, Saint Rice and Bruce Prescott.
Bridgeforth serves as senior pastor of The Church at Clarendon in Arlington, Virginia.
She graduated with honors from Howard University School of Law and spent several years as an attorney in health care litigation before answering the call to serve in ministry.
Bridgeforth founded Joy4Life Ministries and is certified in marital and pre-marital counseling.
Rice serves as associate professor of criminal justice at Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois.
Prior to his roles in higher education, he had a 19-year career with the Missouri Department of Corrections, working in many roles including corrections officer, case manager, probation officer, supervisor, staff training officer and unit manager.
Prescott, now retired, lives in Oklahoma and holds a doctorate in theology. He is a former cop and a former pastor who served as executive director of Mainstream Oklahoma Baptists from 1998-2014.
These events are free. Advanced registration is not required, but you can note your intention to attend on our Facebook event post.
Advanced questions can be submitted anonymously here, and inquiries can be submitted during the live event via Facebook chat.
GFM staff will curate questions submitted in advance and during the events for the moderators to share with the panelists.
A recording will be made available on GFM’s Vimeo page and shared via GFM’s social media channels following the event.
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