Holy Family University hosted a panel discussion on the current state of race relations titled “Life After Ferguson: Where Do We Go From Here?” on Thursday, Jan. 29. Read the full story here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)

Gloria Kersey-Matusiak, professor in the School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions and coordinator for diversity at Holy Family University, offers her remarks to start the program.

Richard Ross Jr., first deputy commissioner of the Philadelphia Police Department, listens during the panel discussion.

From left, Dr. Anita Foeman, Father Stephen Thorne Richard Ross Jr. listen to a speaker during the discussion.

Dr. Donald Brash teaches historical theology and is faculty director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at Palmer Theological Seminary at Eastern University.

 

Philadelphia Police Captain Michael Cram participates in the panel along with Drs. Brash (left) and Foeman.

James Huber (at podium), a professor of counseling psychology at Holy Family, introduces the speakers on the panel.

Dr. Anita Foeman and Father Stephen Thorne listen to a discussion.