Archive for “Ben Campbell”
Ben Campbell’s Separate and Unequal in this week’s Style is a must read: No one would call this a deliberately racist, discriminatory act. But if it were such an act, would it look any different? Is it sufficient to stop deliberate racial segregation without dismantling the discriminatory economic structures and policies that remain? Can we [...]
Scott Bass has put together a fantastic profile of Ben Campbell (of Richmond Hill) in this week’s Style.
Richmond Hill presents Richmond’s Unhealed History 1607-2009, nine lectures by the Rev. Ben Campbell on the history of Richmond, on Tuesday nights from September 22 to November 17 at 7:30PM. Requested donation for the series is $90.
This fall Richmond Hill will be hosting Redeeming Richmond, a series of eight lectures by Benjamin P. Campbell, Pastoral Director of Richmond Hill, on Richmond past and present on Thursday evenings from Sept.25 – Nov.13 @ 7:30PM.
The Reverend Benjamin Campbell, pastoral director of Richmond Hill, has an opinion piece The Long Shadow of Segregation in this week’s Style Weekly about the importance of embracing the Richmond Public Schools.
The RTD has an article about the Armstrong Leadership Project, a team- and leader-building session program aimed at smoothing the transition of Armstrong and Kennedy High Schools. The project was the idea of the Rev. Benjamin P. Campbell of Richmond Hill, an ecumenical retreat center dedicated to healing, spiritual growth and racial reconciliation.