Anti-racism and racial justice are core to our spiritual/religious values and taking action for justice and collective liberation is a way that we live our values, in our congregations, and in our communities. Racism works to divide us and maintain structural inequality. Racism works to undermine beloved community and undermine healthy and meaningful anti-racist efforts. This is a workshop to develop resilience, courage, and leadership for racial justice, rooted in the vision and values of liberation for all of us.
Join us for an interactive workshop with longtime social justice educator, author, and organizer, Chris Crass, one of the leading voices in the country calling for and supporting white people to work for racial justice. Whether you’ve been active for decades or a few days, this is an opportunity to develop a stronger culture of inspiration, resilience, and courage for racial justice. While one of the themes of the workshop is on white people working for racial justice, the overall theme of the workshop is on how we can build stronger racial justice values and action in our congregations and communities and the workshop is for all who want to do this work.
The workshop is free to attend, but contributions are encouraged in support of racial justice activities.
Register now on the UUJAZ site – Please note: this workshop, broadcast from UUCP, is online only.