On Being’s Rev. Lucas Johnson joined the LF Town Hall to talk about how to have civil conversations and engage in adventurous civility with those we may disagree with. Lucas is the Executive Director of On Being’s Civil Conversations project where he leads the team in working to nourish, embolden and accompany the work of social healing.
We also heard from Alvin Bibbs, President of Justice Journey Alliance, Leadership Foundation in Chicago, on the work they are doing in their city to bring people together to seek mutual understanding.
Make sure to register for next week’s Town Hall on Wednesday November 4 where we will be joined by Bill Milliken, founder of Communities In Schools and LF Board member as well as Abhishek Gier to share about the work of Catalyst Leadership Foundation in New Delhi, India.
Rev. Johnson Lucas is recognized for his work serving as a leader in the U.S. community of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), the world’s oldest interfaith peace organization, based in Atlanta and focused on the Southeast and mid-Atlantic. He studied at Mercer University and Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. He was born in Germany in a military family, grew up in Georgia (U.S.), and now resides between Amsterdam and the United States.