Rev. George Walters Sleyon

Author, Educator, Social Activist, Singer and Song Writer. • Founder/director: The Center for Church and Prison, Inc. a resource and research center.

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George Walters-Sleyon is an International Speaker, Author, Preacher, Singer/Songwriter and Founder of The Center for Church and Prison, Inc.-A resource and research center working towards community revitalization throughprison reformand strategic solution development and intervention in the high rates of incarceration andrecidivism in the United States criminal justice system.George has spoken in United States, United Kingdom/Scotland and Africa. George is passionate about music, academic and social justice. George’ singing repertoire includes: African American Spirit

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As the President of the Black Law Students Association at New England Law | Boston, my chapter recently hosted a panel discussion entitled “Mass Incarceration: Disproportionality of African-Americans in the U.S. Criminal Justice System,” based off Michelle Alexander’s The New Jim Crow. Due to his knowledge and expertise in the area, Reverend George Walters-Sleyon moderated the panel event consisting of four speakers, present and former attorneys, and a retired Massachusetts Superior Court judge. Rev. Walters-Sleyon was remarkable, from his preparation, communication with speakers prior to the event, to the presentation; I was in awe of his work. Moreover, his passion for the topic and willingness to assist on educating not only the members of the organization, law students, and professors, but also the general public on the increasing dilemma of mass incarceration of African-Americans made him the ideal candidate for the position. Articulate and approachable, Rev. Walters-Sleyon facilitated the estimated two-hour discussion, referencing significant and fundamental points from Michelle Alexander’s novel. In contrast to solely adopting Alexander’s perspective on various topics quoted throughout the event, Rev. Walters-Sleyon provided his perception on the particular points in conjunction to presenting the referenced material to the panelists, seeking their viewpoint as well. Furthermore, in order to promote an informative and engrossed discussion, Walters-Sleyon opened the forum to guests, allowing them to direct questions to the speakers on issues spoken during the event but most imperatively, on ways to reduce mass incarceration and the effects of it. I wholeheartedly recommend Reverend George Walters-Sleyon for any speaking engagement, as he was an astounding asset to our event this fall. I hope to work with him again in the near future.- Katherine V. Charles, Black Law Students Association, New England Law | Boston Chapter, President
  • Social Ethics and Criminal Justice Reform

    • Black History Month
    • Civil Rights and Lessons from the Abolitionists
    • Mass Incarceration and the War on Drugs in America
    • W.E.B. DuBois, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr.
    • Lessons from the Civil Rights Movements
    • Race Religion, and Class Stratification
    • Mass Incarceration and the Black Family
    • The School-to-Prison Pipeline and Black Education in America
    • Racial Profiling and Critical Race Theories

  • Personal Development

    • Principles of Self-Development
    • Empowerment and motivation
    • Young Black Men
    • Black Student Union

  • Social Philosophy and Society

    • Secularism and Globalization: The Discontent with Modernity
    • Enlightenment Philosophy, Race, and Racism in Western Philosophy
    • African Philosophy and Communitarianism
    • Personalism and Human Dignity
    • DuBois, Fanon, and Ida B. Wells: The Development of a Social Critique
    • Social Philosophy and Social Change
    • Crime, Race and Mass Incarceration in the United Kingdom and the United States
    • Restorative Justice

  • Theology/Church/Worship Music

    • God, The World, and Me: Principles of Theological Development
    • St. Augustine, Pietism, and Grace
    • Church Development and Sustainability
    • Ministry Development: Focus on Men, Singles, and Youth Empowerment
    • Homiletics, Hermeneutics, and Apologetics
    • Theories of Blended Worship and Worship Ministry Development
    • Prayer, Praise, and Existence: Living in the Profane and the Sacred
    • Studies in Religion and Recidivism: Alternatives to Mass Incarceration

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