Have you worried you don’t know how to show how much you care about antiracism because you worry about saying the right things? It’s hard to move from learning to acting in line with our values, not because we don’t want with all our hearts to change the world, but because we swim in thousands of years of oppressive history. Each program you attend gives you an opportunity to make waves of change. I invite you to give this FREE series a try. The presenters are gifts. Thanks to First U in Madison for inviting us.
The First Unitarian Society of Madison is hosting “Racism and Reparation,” a 2-part series of education and reflection:
Sunday, March 27, 6:30 pm – Dr. Christy Clark-Pujara”Black on the Wisconsin Frontier, 1725 to 1866”
Sunday, April 24, 6:30 pm – Rev. Leslie Takahashi“Reflections on Reparations”
Register here to receive the Zoom links. This free Zoom series is sponsored by the FUS Racial Justice Ministry Team and the MOSES Team (criminal justice reform). This event is generously funded by the Joyce and William Wartmann lecture series. View this flyer for more detailed event information. For questions, contact Rev. Kelly AJ