Moral Beauty

A Living Social Justice Practice

Recorded Wednesday Evening, June 12, 2019


“Moral Beauty: A Living Social Justice Practice”

Presented by

Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding

Artist-Activist, Commentator, Scholar

Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding’s address asks participants to reflect on what “moral beauty” as a concept may mean and how to engage it as a practice for social justice and transformation. Often the terms diversity and inclusion are used merely as buzz words to help us feel good when quantifying who is and is not “in the room.” But how do we move from the mere inventory of identities to creating a justice-oriented way of being?

Understanding social justice as a process, Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding’s talk addresses a movement from diversity to inclusion to social justice.

Moral Beauty: A Living Social Justice Practice

by Rev Dr Stephany Rose Spaulding

About Rev. Dr. Stephany Spaulding


Public Commentator

Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Colorado Springs

Professor of Women’s & Ethnic Studies, University of Colorado, CO Springs

B.A. in English, Clark Atlanta University; M.A. in American Literature, Ph.D. in American Studies, both from Purdue University

Author of
Recovering From Racism: A Guidebook to Beginning Conversations (2015) and
Abolishing White Masculinity from Mark Twain to Hiphop: Crisis in Whiteness (2014).


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