IARAO (the Intersectional, Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression Commssion) believes we all must commit through our shared values to dismantling institutional racism and oppression.
Help heal the impact of racism on our lives by participating in an extraordinary online program. Register for Beloved Conversations by August 26.
Registration is open for the Fall 2022 session of “Beloved Conversations,” the UUA anti-racism program. Jump right in and help us heal the impact of racism on our lives.
The deadline to sign up for the spring semester of Beloved Conversations is next week, Tuesday, February 22nd. This is for one of four phases, called “Within,” and the meetings are scheduled from March to May. You can learn more about the program on their website or by attending our one-hour meeting: Beloved Conversations Informational Session (Zoom), Thursday, February 17, 2022, 6 pm
“Beloved Conversations” offers an additional session in the faith-formation, anti-racism program. If you completed the spring term of “Within,” engage with us again this fall. If you’re new, jump right in and help us heal the impact of racism on our lives.
…as I read, listened, sang through the lessons, I felt challenged to think about my ancestors, my growing up with white privilege/heritage, and to first reflect on my life experiences as I worked through the program.
Have you been heeding the guideline to refrain from talking in polite company about religion or politics – even in church? Have you been hankering for the opportunity to do
By Audrey Lyness and Vilma Ortiz In April, the Right Relations Team and Support convened to consult on a survey, developed by Vilma Ortiz, to assess the congregation’s response to