324th Yearly Meeting of NCYM (Conservative)

Seventh Month (July) 14-18, 2021

How Does Truth Prosper Among Us?

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Program Presenters for the 324th Yearly Meeting of NCYM (Conservative)

Bible Study Leader, Ashley M. Wilcox

Ashley M. Wilcox is the author of The Women’s Lectionary: Preaching the Women of the Bible throughout the Year (forthcoming from Westminster John Knox Press) and founder of Church of Mary Magdalene. She is a graduate of Candler School of Theology and Willamette University College of Law. Ashley teaches preaching at Candler School of Theology and her online class, Preaching with Confidence. Her writing has been published in Friends Journal, Western Friend, Quaker anthologies, and on www.ashleymwilcox.com. (Photo credit: Emily Weaver Brown)

Plenary Presentation
Complicating Legacies: Studying Slavery, Equity, and Inclusion at Guilford College

Presented by

Krishauna Hines-Gaither and Gwen Gosney Erickson

Krishauna Hines-Gaither, Associate Vice President for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Director of the Intercultural Engagement Center at Guilford College, has served in her positions since 2017. Her research interests are transnational feminism, African American/African diaspora studies, and African influences in Latin American and Francophone countries. She has completed a forthcoming chapter on the complexities of Quaker Abolition with Routledge Press, edited by Wess Daniels of Guilford College. In addition to her scholarship, Krishauna stays busy running behind her 6-year old son, Giovanni and she enjoys spending time with her husband Julian.

Gwen Gosney Erickson, Quaker Librarian and College Archivist at Guilford College, has served in her current (but ever evolving) position at Guilford College since 2000. Her own scholarly research interests focus on the intersections of Quaker Studies, African American history, Gender Studies, and U.S. social justice movements, especially those with local connections that are still present with us today. She has a passion for sharing resources and connecting people to history through access to primary sources that deepen our understanding of the human experience. In addition to her Guilford work and scholarship, Gwen has been active with NCYMC since 1981, including serving as clerk and recording clerk in more recent years.

Michael Misenheimer will facilitate a night of fun and fellowship.

Friends of all ages are invited to join Mizey as he leads us through a variety of fun community building activities.