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Cornel West has been featured in over 25 documentaries and films and written 19 books, best known for his classic Race Matters. He has a passion to communicate to a variety of audiences in order to keep alive the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. – a legacy of telling the truth and bearing witness to love and justice.

Dr. Cornel West

Scholar, Activist, Servant & Lover of Music

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For 17 years Louie, and his wife Shelley, has been touring the Passion Conference, uniting college-aged people around the globe. He recently helped start the END IT Movement, raising awareness and funding for non-profits unified to stop modern-day slavery. He also pastors Passion City Church in Atlanta.

Louie Giglio

Pastor of Passion City Church. Founder of the Passion Movement

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Founder and Lead Pastor of Quest Church in Seattle. He is also the founder of One Day’s Wages, a grassroots movement to alleviate extreme global poverty. Eugene has recently released his first book, Overrated: Are We More in Love with the Idea of Changing the World Than Actually Changing the World?

Eugene Cho

Pastor, Writer, Visionary

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New York Times Best-Selling Author of Love Does, attorney and adjunct professor at Pepperdine Uni. He is founder of the non-profit organization Restore International which works for freedom and human rights for children in places like Somalia, and Iraq. Bob also serves as the Hon. Consul for the Republic of Uganda.

Bob Goff

Best-Selling Author & Speaker

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Lynne Hybels is an author and advocate for global engagement. She established a fundraising campaign for victims of war in the DRC, seeks to promote & encourage reconciliation efforts between Israelis and Palestinians, and wrote Nice Girls Don't Change the World. In 1975, Lynne and her husband, Bill, started Willow Creek Community Church.

Lynne Hybels

Co-Founder of Willow Creek Community

Church & Advocate for Global Engagement

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Stephan Bauman is the President and CEO of World Relief. He is a poet, the author of Possible: A Blueprint for Changing How We Change the World, an ordained minister and a Certified Public Accountant. Stephan and his wife, Belinda, live near Washington D.C. with their two sons, Joshua and Caleb.

Stephen Bauman

President and CEO of World Relief

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Jenny Yang is the Vice President of Advocacy and Policy at World Relief, providing oversight for all advocacy initiatives and policy positions. She is co-author of Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion and Truth in the Immigration Debate and was recently named as “50 Women to Watch” by Christianity Today.

Jenny Yang

Vice President of Advocacy and Policy at World Relief

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David M. Bailey is the founder and director of Arrabon, a ministry that provides cultural training and worship resources for reconciling Christian communities. He is the author of Arrabon: Learning Reconciliation through Community and Worship Music and the producer of the Urban Doxology project. David and his wife Joy live in Richmond, VA.

David Bailey

Founder and director of Arrabon

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Amena Brown’s words excite, ignite and inspire. Her book, Breaking Old Rhythms: Answering the Call of a Creative God, explores how different experiences such as deejaying or practicing improv can teach us about our life’s rhythm and the rhythm of God.

Amena Brown

Poet, Speaker & Author

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David Crowder has been writing music for the church for nearly 20 years. Embarking on a solo career in 2012, he released his first solo album Neon Steeple in May 2014. His songs have topped billboard charts and been sung by millions around the world and his lyrical integrity and musical genius have pulled a generation into deeper worship.

Crowder

Musician @crowdermusic

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Hailing from the small coastal town of Bangor in Northern Ireland, the Rend Collective developed organically, outside of the influence of the music industry and CCM culture, as a self-described “group of confused twenty-something’s trying to figure out faith, life, God and community.”

Rend Collective

Musician @rendcollective

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Raised in the hip-hop culture of Long Beach, California. Micah received his bachelor of arts degree in media communications from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. During college, he began writing and performing music and poetry. His rhythmic roots and theological training unite to birth a unique brand of creative truth-telling.

Micah Bournes

Musician, Poet & Speaker @micahbournes

There is such a thing as being too late. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and positive action. Martin luther king jr
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Chicago is our new home. This magnificient city has both a historic and current focus on justice issues. We love Chicago’s vibrant multiethnic culture of creativity, innovative thinking, and precedent for deploying dynamic Christian leaders. Plus, it doesn’t get much better than Chicago in June.
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The Auditorium Theatre is one of America’s great venues. The theater was completed in 1889 and has hosted countless iconic theatrical shows, historic appearances, and concerts. Having undergone a multimillion dollar restoration, the Auditorium Theatre is once again a spectacular venue and we believe is the perfect space for The JUSTICE CONFERENCE
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PLUS: local simulcast venues

Local simulcast venues will participate in The JUSTICE CONFERENCE on June 6, 2015 (a One-Day Event). Over 20 Local Host Sites across North America will host the live simulcast from Chicago in addition to featuring dynamic local speakers.