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Racial Resilience: Anti-Racism as Spiritual Praxis

July 30, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Overview
Do you find yourself profoundly moved by protests against racial injustice? Are you unsure of what structural racism is, or what it means to be anti-racist, or what role religion can play in this movement? Then this presentation is for you! Led by Dr. Seth Schoen and Rev. Dr. Christopher Carter, this session aims to help participants develop a structural understanding of racism and to introduce Racial Resilience, an anti-racism training method that utilizes compassion-based contemplative practices to explore critical race theories. What to expect:
    • Authentic storytelling and research-based content
    • Compassionate space for holding uncomfortable truths
What not to expect:
    • Forced participation
    • Shaming, blame, or judgment
    • Political agendas
Slides from the event are here: Racial Resilience: Anti-racism as Spiritual Praxis. Video and clips from the event are here: Racial Resilience: Anti-racism as Spiritual Praxis.
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