Dismantling Racism for Young Adults: A workshop series
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About The Event
It is important to be able to commit to the majority of the session, so please check your ability to participate prior to registering.
We are excited to journey with young adults (college to late 20's) as they live into thier Baptismal Covenant to seek justice by dismantling racism. Throughout the sessions young adults will have the opportunity to look at racism through the lens of faith, our nation's history, our privileges, and our internalized oppression. The purpose of this course is not to "train you" to be "less" racist but to invite young adults to examine their personal experiences and internal perspective on racism in America.
We will meet via Zoom on Thursday evenings from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on the dates listed below. Please register to participate in this series.
Nov. 5 - Session One: Covenant
Nov. 19 - Session Two: God the Artist
Dec. 3 - Session Three: History
Jan. 14 - Session Four: White Privilege
Jan. 28 - Session Five: Internalized Oppression
Feb. 11 - Session Six: Reconciliation
The Dismantling Racism curriculum was created by the Diocese of Atlanta and Absalom Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing.