Messiah College is pleased to offer two opportunities for students to learn and engage with Dr. Reginald Oduor, a Kenyan scholar and human rights activist.

Co-sponsored by Diversity Affairs, the Intercultural Office, the Center for Public Humanities, and the Departments of Biblical and Religious Studies, Philosophy, and Politics and International Relations, Dr. Oduor’s sessions will have something for everyone. As a philosopher and activist, Dr. Oduor is internationally known for his scholarship in political philosophy, ethics, and philosophy of religion. Blind since he was a baby, he is also one of Kenya’s leading voices for the rights and inclusion of people with disabilities.

On Monday, November 16th, from 7-8pm, he will be speaking in Hostetter Chapel, describing and analyzing “How Africa Can Help America.”

The next day, Tuesday the 17th, he will discuss “African Philosophy: Thought and Practice” from 4:15 to 5:30pm in Boyer 336.

We sincerely hope you will be able to join us!