Achieving Racial Justice in Unitarian Universalism

Rev. Hope Johnson will conduct a workshop

Sunday March 4, following the worship service

hope_johnsonOn Sunday, March 4th, Rev. Hope Johnson will be leading a workshop on racial justice in Unitarian Universalism. We will gather for a light lunch immediately after the service in Room 25, then spend a few hours with Hope learning and listening and transforming together. We will be inviting nearby UU congregations to participate in this workshop. We are very lucky to be able to get Hope Johnson on our calendar!

Hope Johnson is a Congregational Life Consultant for the Central East Region of the UUA.  She is also Parish Minister of the UU Congregation of Central Nassau, NY. She brings specialties in conflict resolution and multicultural congregational development.  Previously, she served as Minister of Spiritual Life at the First Unitarian Church of Brooklyn, New York. She also served as Director of Religious Education in Brooklyn.

She also brings a wealth of experience from her years of wider UUA leadership, including the UUA Appointments Committee, the UUA Nominating Committee, the UUMA Continental Good Offices team, and a variety of UU College of Social Justice leadership positions.

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