Kingdom Justice Summit 2018
March 2, 2018
Kingdom Justice Summit is an annual event that asks, “What is Kingdom Justice?” and “What might it look like lived out in our city?”
This Theology of Justice forum featured Nicole Baker Fulgham, Tim Mackie, and Propaganda as they explored a theology of justice through presentation, music, and art. This creative evening will challenge us to view justice through a historical Christian lens.
Nicole Baker Fulgham is president and founder of The Expectations Project, a national organization that mobilizes people of faith to support public education reform and close the academic achievement gap. She is the former vice president of faith community relations at Teach For America and has appeared on CNN and ABC News. Baker Fulgham was named to the list of “50 Women to Watch: Those Most Shaping the Church and Culture” by “Christianity Today “and one of “14 Faith Leaders to Watch in 2014” by the Center for American Progress. She lives in the Washington, DC area. Nicole has a B.A. in English from the University of Michigan and a PH.D. in Philosophy, Educational Policy from UCLA.
Tim Mackie is a creative writer, director of The Bible Project, an adjunct professor of Old Testament at Western Seminary, and teaching pastor at Door of Hope church in Portland, Oregon. Tim became a Christian at 20 years old through an urban outreach ministry to skateboarders in Portland, called Skate Church. He was formerly a teaching pastor at Blackhawk Church. Tim discovered the wonderful world of biblical studies and languages during his time at Multnomah University and Western Seminary and has a Ph.D. in Hebrew and Jewish Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Propaganda is a Los Angeles-based hip-hop and spoken word artist who aims to communicate in any creative form possible. He’s an intellectual, poet, political activist, academic & emcee with degrees in illustration & intercultural studies in addition to songs that have landed on Billboard’s Top Christian, Top Gospel, and Rap music charts. Growing up black in a Mexican neighborhood and later in a suburban all-white neighborhood, he is armed with a bold message of alliance and has assembled a body of work that both challenges & reaches across the spectrum of pop culture. Propaganda is an advocate for the value of human life and seeks to empower people through art and social justice.