Georgians hoping to hear Shaun Casey, head of the U.S. Department of State’s new Office of Faith-Based Community Initiatives, speak at Emory University will have to wait out the current government shutdown. The school announced Tuesday that Casey has postponed a public talk originally scheduled later this week at Emory University, due to the federal government gridlock.

Casey’s talk, which was to be given at 2 p.m. Friday Oct. 4 and titled “Exploring Religion and U.S. Foreign Policy: Launching the State Department’s Office of Faith-Based Community Initiatives,” will be rescheduled at a later date.

Casey’s talk is sponsored by the Graduate Division of Religion, with the Laney Graduate School, Candler School of Theology and the Department of Religion.

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