Pledge to End Racism
The Pledge to End Racism, based on the Montgomery Pledge, is a 6-week interactive workshop that provides participants a basic framework for how to think about racism as a social construct, and offers concrete strategies for how to interrupt racism in effective and constructive ways. Here is a testimonial from someone who went through the pilot course last spring.
The Pledge to End Racism workshop provided a unique mirror for recognizing my own unseen biases and “windows” to see the racism that exists in our society. The rich print and video resources, role-play, and sharing with workshop participants all contributed to my understanding of racism today and gave me some concrete ways to stand up against it.
Sept 22, Sept 29, Oct 6, Oct 20, Oct 27, and Nov 3 from 1:00 – 2:30 pm in the UUCH Sanctuary. Registration is required. The course if free to Members and Friends of the Congregation. A small donation is asked of others.