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Join the Campaign to Create a Race-Class Workshop

hands of many colors hold the worldThe demand for ways to combat classism in our society is at an all-time high, as UU congregations and organizations make the connection between classism and increasing social, economic and racial injustice. This is true also for racial issues, which sadly during times of economic uncertainly, see a resurgence of hate speech, hate crimes and increased institutional racism.

UU Class Conversations has worked with congregations and organizations over the past three to address classism. We have been asked each time to provide more opportunities for a deeper examination of class/race intersectionality.

Please consider a gift to UU Class Conversations to help us help you build a well-informed group of advocates, proactively working to fight for class and race equality and inclusion.

April 17, 2017
April 29, 2017
  • MidAmerica "Building Bridges across Class and Race"

    April 29, 2017
    Chicago, IL, USA

    Building Bridges across Class and Race

    UU culture is seen as white, well-educated, professional and middle class. This workshop will explore how class and race shape one’s worldview. We will look at ways to use the gifts these differences bring to strengthen spirituality and social justice across faith and cultural borders. Presented by Kellie Kelly and Rev. Darrick Jackson.

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