Navigating the Waters of White Supremacy Is a Balancing Act
Sunday March 4, 12:15 p.m.
Light lunch provided (please register)
Child care by reservation
What do we do after acknowledging the fact that we all live in a world that is governed by white supremacist systems? Please join the Rev. Dr. Hope Johnson for a conversation that includes identifying the elements of white supremacy. How do we find balance as we make the leap from simply swimming, to deliberately navigating these treacherous waters?
Please join us on Sunday, March 4, at 12:15 p.m. A light lunch will be served, and child care is available by reservation. (Please email email@example.com to request a place at lunch and/or to request child care.)
Rev. Dr. Johnson serves as a Congregational Life Consultant for the Unitarian Universalist Association, while also continuing to stay rooted in congregational service as the 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 and Director of Religious Education at the First Unitarian of Brooklyn, New York. 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 position, just to name a few.