Christian Hayden (Leader-In-Training) supported by Hugh Taft-Morales (Baltimore & Philadelphia) and Jone Johnson Lewis (RYSEC)
Wednesday, July 29, 2pm & 8:30pm ET — https://bit.ly/AEUAssembly2020
Toni Morrison once said the very serious work of racism is to waste time—this is a workshop that will not waste time explaining how and why racism exists. It will start with a foundation of using the workbook approach of My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem, and applying Ethical Culture ideas and tools to dealing with addressing racial trauma in relationship and community. Folks will be able to identify their own emotions, roles, and work when it comes to healing and transformation.
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