Where Wounds Are Healed
When it comes to Beloved Community, we focus on creating a place where wounds are healed and wrongs are righted. Our faith has taken up this work and called on UU’s to build a world without racism. A large part of that is creating new ways of being together, but we also need to focus on healing old and existing wounds that linger. So, what’s one of the ways our faith guides us into becoming a people of Beloved Community? It says, “acknowledge and heal the wounds that racism has caused.”
We will be talking about the difference between putting a band aid versus working to heal racism, reading a children's story about racial injustice, celebrating our unique differences, and creating our own song about justice.
If you have any questions or would like to help lead an activity, please message us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zoom meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87942752264 - please message us for the Zoom password
See more about the Learning Together Series here.
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