Social Justice Lecture Series
What is justice? What does justice look like in the real world? What should it look like?
In this series of 8 lectures, Dr. David Smith will help us examine the many interpretations of both social and criminal justice that have been suggested throughout history and will help us evaluate proposals for change within American society.
CLICK HERE to register for the first lecture on Tuesday, November 3 at 4PM.
After earning an M.A. in philosophy of religion and serving as an urban law enforcement officer, Dr. David E. Smith received a second M.A. and Ph.D. in
religious studies from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. David teaches for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Washington,
is a speaker for Humanities Washington, and offers courses in religion and philosophy at many different venues through Beliefs and Ethics Seminars.
He has published in these areas as well. His mission is to empower people to think for themselves about things that matter.
All lectures will be held from 4-5PM through the Zoom webinar platform.
All NCW Libraries' virtual events are free and open to the public. To participate, register here. Registrants will receive an email with the zoom meeting information. During each event, participants will hear from
Dr. Smith and have the opportunity to submit questions and responses through the chat feature for Dr. Smith to answer and discuss.