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CROSSROADS WORKSHOP: “RACISM, POWER, & DOMINANCE IN THE US AND THE CHURCH”

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THE PRESBYTERY OF SAN FRANCISCO INVITES YOU TO THE CROSSROADS WORKSHOP

“RACISM, POWER, & DOMINANCE IN THE US AND THE CHURCH”
Date: Saturday, December 9th
Time: 9 am – 5 pm
Location: Primera Iglesia Presbiteriana Hispana
1941 High Street, Oakland, CA 94601
FREE of CHARGE
Lunch will be provided, but donations are WELCOME!

 

Click here to RSVP for Workshop

 

 

Here’s a brief description of the workshop:

 

“Racism, Power, & Dominance in the US and the Church” introduces participants to a working definition of system racism and considers how culture, cultural dominance, and organizations, including the church, are intentionally and unintentionally complicit in systemic racism. A rationale will be explored for the need to develop within the church a deeper understanding of the historic and legal roots and contemporary manifestations of cultural dominance and racism. Participants will build their capacity to engage in constructive dialogue about white supremacy and racism and will practice
analyzing the ways systemic racism operates in U.S. society and their congregation. Finally, participants will explore individual and organizational strategies aimed at interrupting the ways systemic racism operates in our society.

 

 

For More information: Download a PDF Crossroads Flyer

 

 

 

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