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Christena Cleveland on Practices for Sociological Imagination

Christena Cleveland on Practices for Sociological Imagination

Christena Cleveland recently sat down with Tod Bolsinger (Vice President for Formation and Vocation at Fuller Theological Seminary) to discuss the intersection of privilege and leadership. You can find a series of short videos capturing different aspects of this conversation here. Today we wanted to share one of these videos with you. We hope you’ll take the time to view all of them.

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