From Charity to Solidarity: Developing Accountable Partnerships with Theological & Spiritual Humility

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Tuesday, April 10, 2018, 07:45pm - 09:00pm

Events are local time unless noted. WEBINARS are Eastern time.

MidAmerica RegionMidAmerica Region, UUA and the Minnesota UU Social Justice Alliance present a Webinar, April 10, 2018.

Many Unitarian Universalist congregations struggle to make deep connections with neighboring communities and organizations, especially across lines of race, class, and theology. In this webinar, we will explore strategies for building relationship and identifying shared values and interests with community partners, and creating powerful coalitions that can make a real impact in combatting oppression and working for collective liberation. We will also explore concepts of theological and cultural humility, with concrete examples of practices that can make us better equipped to be sensitive, collaborative co-conspirators in interfaith, multicultural partnerships for justice.

Executive Director of the Minnesota UU Justice Alliance, Rev. Ashley Horan and Statewide Organizer, Pastor Danny Givens will help all our congregations prepare themselves better for social justice work.

Webinars will be recorded, and will be available on demand for those unable to attend.

7:45 pm Eastern, 6:45 pm Central, 5:45 pm Mountain times.  ZOOM webinar access info will be sent with the registration aknowledgment.

There is no charge for this event, but please register. Registration closes at 5 pm Eastern time the day BEFORE the Webinar.

WEBINAR: MUUSJA - From Charity to Solidarity - Apr 10, 2018

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