The Broken Clay Pot: Finding The Missing Pieces Toward Reconciliation

Sadi Motsuenyane

Sadi Motsuenyane, former Chief Director of Sustainable Livelihoods with the Government of South Africa and the 2018 Coady Chair of Social Justice, has more than 50 years of community development experience.

Thursday, November 8, 7:00pm
Schwartz Auditorium
St. Francis Xavier University

Join us as she reflects on post-apartheid reconciliation in South Africa and post-colonial reconciliation in Canada asking, “how do we find the missing pieces and mend ‘The Broken Clay Pot’?”

Free Admission – All Welcome

StFX President’s Colloquium

Social Responsibility: A StFX model to change the world.

How can we shape the world in a more socially responsible way? Come engage with experts on this important topic.


Sadi Motsuenyane, 2018 Coady Chair in Social Justice

Brad Long, John T. Sears Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility

Mary Oxner, Service Learning Faculty Coordinator

Mairi  McKinnon, Service Learning Student Leader

O’Regan Hall

Light refreshments will be served.