Sustained Prophetic Resistance: Student Activism as Mission

Jesus is a person of resistance in his vision, life, death, and resurrection. See how activism can be one of the most effective forms of witness and discipleship in our time. We will learn how to organize groups of Christian students on campus and in our communities.


As a social justice educator and facilitator, Jazzy Johnson has extensive experience in teaching and challenging people from a broad range of backgrounds to engage in issues of social identity, reconciliation, coalition building, organizing campus community, and deconstructing oppressive systems around them. During her undergraduate years at Nortwestern University, she was instrumental in the creation of the Department of Campus Inclusion and Community and helped found the Sustained Dialogue Program. For two years, Jazzy chaired the Coalition of Colors, a coalition of the university's largest cultural and sociopolitical groups on campus.

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