Sacred Ground Race Dialogue: Join the Collective Journey
Small groups are forming to meet twice monthly for ten confidential online sessions (1.5 hours each) to discuss a curated collection of films and readings on systemic racism, “whiteness”, and histories of Black, Latinx, Native American and Asian American folks in the US. Through facilitated conversations participants link their own stories with the history of the US.
This is an invitation for you…to enter a Sacred Ground “labyrinth” to walk back in time…to consider where we went astray… to ask genuine questions of our history, be humble listeners to our own past, acknowledge harms done and harms endured…and come to some centered spot to see, feel, reflect, mourn, turn, and walk back out together.
With so many wondering what to do, these conversations can be a way to connect with new friends and companions as begin we to journey together toward our own healing, the healing of our land and its people.
Come to a one-hour preview orientation to Sacred Ground: Sunday, September 27 @ 3PM. Contact Fr. Jim (email@example.com) for the Zoom link.
Questions? Jim Ward (415) 518-2757/ Eileen Brennan (415) 246-1490 / Stephanie Green (510) 517-8459
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