What: Anti-racism Workshop Series
Who: Facilitated by The Antiracism Collaborative
When: September 24th , October 1st , October 15th and October 22nd from 12:00pm – 2:30pm (with a light lunch offered at 11:30am)
Where: The Fellowship Building of the Harvard Unitarian Universalist Church, 7 Elm Street, Harvard, MA
Why: In this workshop series, we will move beyond talking about racism and social oppression to find ways of taking action in our community
Cost: $10 per person
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Step 2 – Complete your registration form – Registration form
This course will focus on bridging a deep understanding of personal and structural racism into commitments and a solid plan to move forward! If you’re looking to understand your experiential role in the dynamics of systemic racism or if you are interested in finding the next step in framing your role in social justice movements. This course is geared to move beyond talking about racism and social oppression and set on finding ways to take action, whether in your own personal sphere and in your community.
Please join us for a powerful 4-week course facilitated by local multi-racial faciliatators. All are welcome but please note the course takes an explicit view that transforming both ourselves and our society into a racially just place implicates a responsibility in white and privileged folks to engage in this work more robustly.
The course sessions take place at Harvard Unitarian Universalist Church from 12 – 2:30 pm starting on September 24th, for 4 Sundays (9/24. 10/1, 10/8, 10/15).
Tickets are $10 per person.
* This workshop has been make possible, in part, through a generous grant from Haymarket People’s Fund.