White Supremacy Teach-in
Last Spring we learned to recognize the characteristics of white supremacy culture and how it affects the everyday rights and privileges of our fellow humans of color.
This fall we will explore how we can deliberately reshape our actions and attitudes to help dismantle this rigged system.
On October 28 we will wrap up our series and commit to action.
Times: 12:45-2:30 p.m. (Childcare available for children under 12.)
Luncheon - The youth group will be serving up their famous potato soup with fixins, salad, and dessert. There is plenty of gluten-free diverticulitis/-osis-friendly, vegetarian and vegan fare for all.
The money they raise will purchase food for winter break for 80 youth clients of Hunger First, food our youth group will bag in November and deliver in December.
Suggested donation is the same as Wed. Night suppers: $5/person, max of $20/family. However, if it is less or if it is more, we will gratefully accept and put to good use whatever donation you can swing. And no one goes hungry, so if you don't have the funds today, please eat anyway.
“It’s not about whether an individual person considers themselves a white supremacist. It’s about how we’re all influenced by the everyday messages we receive in our culture, by decisions that we make without even really thinking about it.”
- Sofia Betancourt, UUA Interim Co- President