For some, activism is an expression of their spirituality. For others, their spirituality is their activism.

Are you a millennial activist or leader? Are you interested in better understanding the connections between how spirituality and social justice in contemporary society? Are you interested in establishing networks of millennial activists from across the United States?

 

This summer, from July 10-14, 2017, Union Theological Seminary is inviting young leaders to attend its third Millennial Leaders Project (MLP) Summer Conference. Millennial generation activists, leaders and organizers (between the ages of 21-35) who have a demonstrated record of sustained social justice activism are invited to apply. Formal affiliation with a specific religious tradition or community is not required, and people with no religious affiliation are encouraged to apply. In addition to a proven track record of service, the only formal requirement for consideration is an interest in the intersections between spirituality and social justice.