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Change the Narrative: Young Adults on Anti-Racism

Change the Narrative: Young Adults on Anti-Racism

February 6, 2021 - 9:30am to 12:30pm

Workshop is hosted by Cranaleith Spiritual Center

Campus Ministry is able to provide a full scholarship for any student who would like to attend this event. Please contact Jackie Newns, Director of Campus Minstry, at newnsj@chc.edu with your interest by February 3, 2021. 

When the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Stephon Clarke at the hands of police in the spring of 2020 stirred Americans into greater awareness of racism, the protests that ensued had a new tone.  Young people of all races came out as never before and had a different perspective on how America must move forward.  Find out what they are seeing and what their vision is.

Responding to an On Being interview with Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, a diverse panel of young adults will discuss what is new in the struggle for anti-racism, what gives them hope and what they need from the community.  There will be time for reflection, as well as small and large group discussion.

This is more than an opportunity to gather info.  Our goal is to dialogue about a way that all of us can work together, with our various perspectives and gifts, to build a more just society.  Be part of the renewed drive to bring healing to our country.

 

Open/Applies to: 
Public
Alumni
Prospective Students
All Current Students
Faculty
Staff