Webcast link below.
Update 4.30.2012: After being advised by the City that very large crowds of protesters are expected in Lower Manhattan, and public transportation may be disrupted on May 1, the Teach-In that was to be convened at Trinity Church will now be a webcast-only event. Log on to trinitywallstreet.org live from 2-6 pm (or on-demand) to hear Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, author Joyce Carol Oates, journalist James Carroll, and many others on the issues raised by the Occupy Wall Street movement. Trinity Church will be closed to the public during this time.
In an effort to support and reflect upon the Occupy Wall Street movement, Trinity Wall Street will host an event featuring author Joyce Carol Oates, psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton, historian Blanche Wiesen Cook, The Rev. Dr. Jim Forbes, and others. From 2-5pm, religious and secular thinkers will speak about the moral and political issues that confront the Occupy movement and all those concerned with justice and reconciliation. Part conference, part spiritual renewal, and part rally, the event will consist of a series of brief talks, sermons, and musical interludes.
2:00 Master of Ceremonies & Opening Remarks: Charles B. Strozier, professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
2:15 The Rev. Dr. James Forbes, Senior Minister Emeritus, The Riverside Church, New York
2:30 Music Performance by Peader & Pio
2:45 The Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, rector, Trinity Wall Street
3:00 Dr. Robert Jay Lifton, author, psychiatrist, Harvard Medical School
3:15 Blanche Wiesen Cook, professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
3:30 Diego Ibañez, Occupy Wall Street
3:45 The Rev. Mark Francisco Bozzuti-Jones, author, priest for Pastoral Care & Nuture, Trinity Wall Street
4:00 Joyce Carol Oates, author, professor, Princeton University
4:15 Bryan K. Parsons. Occupy Wall Street
4:30 The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop
4:45 James W. Jones, professor, Rutgers University
The event will be free and open to the public, and will be webcast on trinitywallstreet.org. For more information call 212-602-0800.