The UUCLC’s Social Justice and Environment Committee is pleased to announce the next three Online Social Justice Programs, all of which will be devoted to ending racism. These presentations are free and open to the public and are made possible by the expertise provided by the UUCLC’s Zoom Tech Committee. Each presentation starts at 7 p.m.
- Sunday, January 10, 2021: Healing Racism. Ruth Anne Bergeron King, a local blues artist and author, will share her music and new memoir, Zebra: Lost and Found between Two Races, about growing up half Black and half White. Register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtf-ypqj0vH9MNpyT7qe41ynrIGTlh3TTT
- Sunday, February 14, 2021: Confronting Racism. Rev. Sandy Haxton will monitor a panel discussion by three faith leaders — Pastor John Christian, Rev. David Crump, and Rev. Michael J. Watkins — on identifying and confronting racism. Register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIvf-yspzIqHd00Q3JevxTy5AjEh7PfqtmK
- Sunday, March 14, 2021: Living Racism. Cassandra Brown and Mae Hazelton, co-founders of 2020 All About the Ballots, will present a 90 minute interactive learning experience to show what living in the racial wealth gap is like. Register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMkdeiqrTwpGNGNe9L6Mkrn0XzPVk5IBJZw