Keynote Speakers

Peter Paris

Peter Paris
Born in New Glasgow, NS, Peter has lectured internationally, is a retired professor from Princeton Theological Seminary, and has authored several books on Black church history.

Angelika Piché

Angelika Piche
Originally from Germany and skilled in ecumenism and interfaith dialogue, Angelika is an ordained minister teaching at United Theological College and working in formation and leadership development in French.

Graydon Nicholas

Graydon Nicholas
Born and raised on the Tobique First Nation, the Honourable Graydon Nicholas’s career includes work on Indigenous political development, racial justice issues, and more than 18 years as a New Brunswick provincial court judge. He is currently serving as the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick.

Kofi Hope

Kofi Hope
Kofi is an activist, Rhodes Scholar, and accomplished public speaker. He has extensive experience in youth work including mobilization and advocacy of youth leadership programs, and educating for political agency.


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