April 28 – April 28, 2018
Cardinal Flahiff Basilian Centre, Toronto, ON. Learn More »
Similar to our 2016 Three Books and a Movie series, in 2017 we will meet to discuss a different resource every couple months. Called the Solidarity Series, resources will largely focus around raising cultural awareness and competency.
Discussions will be held on our new meeting platform Zoom. Click here for information on how to join the conversation.
Join us for a discussion around the webinar On Being An Ally with Rev. Traci Blackmon, part of the White Privilege series from the United Church of Christ, a curriculum that’s designed to invite church members into safe, meaningful, substantive, and bold conversations on race. Aimed largely at white congregations involved in racial justice work, this particular webinar talks about what it means to be an ally as well as effective and ineffective ways to do so.
Rev. Traci Blackmon is acting executive minister of the UCC’s Justice and Witness Ministries. She is also the first female pastor of the 156-year-old Christ The King United Church of Christ in Ferguson, MO. She became nationally recognized as a prominent voice for social change when Michael Brown was shot in Ferguson, just miles from her church. She immediately worked to help organize the Black Lives Matter movement, effectively assisting and collaborating with people in the community working for justice.
Click here to watch the webinar.
Click here to download the resource packet (23 pages)
Join us for a discussion of the film The Dream is Now, a 30-minute documentary from Award-winning director Davis Guggenheim about the stories of undocumented youth in the United States and their struggles in earning citizenship.
Click here to watch the film.
Interested in hosting a viewing party? Click here for more information.
Discussions will be held on our new, FREE meeting platform Zoom. If you are new to Zoom, this very short video will talk you through creating an account. Please RSVP for the individual event to be sent a link to access the conversation.