Can we defeat Racism without addressing Classism?

(A Dialogue on Race and Ethnicity)
At Davies Memorial UU Church

 Car mirror reflecting sunset with text - it is never too late to give up prejudices by ThoreauThis is a group discussion in which we explore our feelings on race and ethnicity issues in order to learn more about ourselves and improve our inter-racial interactions.

March 10, 2017
Optional potluck at 6:30 p.m.; Discussion: 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Open discussion period:
Participants share experiences that prompted them to reflect on their race, ethnicity, or gender
Facilitator led discussions:

1.  Can we defeat Racism without addressing Classism and do all societies have some classism?

2. Should the Federal government eliminate the law (Johnson Amendment) that says churches and other tax exempt charities cannot engage in campaign politics of endorsing a candidate?

3. What legacies do you still attribute of Dr. Martin Luther King who died in 1968?

Facilitators: Mac Goekler, POC (330-696-0050)
Chris Bell, POC (301-856-2775)

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