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.

Meeting dates:

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.

Register here.