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So You Want to Talk About Race? Book Study Group via Zoom

 

This wildly popular book by Ijeoma Oluo is written for all people, and will be discussed in a 7-week, Thursday night group, ending Nov. 19. Registration closes after the first (Oct. 8) session.

The Zoom study group offers an invitation to deepen your understanding of the impact of racism and take steps toward dismantling it.

In a loving and inclusive community, you’ll be able to discuss specific terms such as microaggressions, while learning how to have more meaningful conversations on race in general.

The facilitation team includes Unity Lead Minister Rev. Kristin Powell, along with Zula Reeves, Liz Bermudez, Carl Janson and Joanne Finn.

To pre-register via PayPal go to https://www.unityofwalnutcreek.org/so-you-want-talk-about-race-book-study-group. Your options are to pay for all seven classes at $70, or the first class for $10. Zoom information will be accessable as soon as payment is recieved.

If you choose to purchase your book on Amazon, please do so at https://smile.amazon.com/ and choose Unity of Walnut Creek as your charity.

Ijeoma Oluo is a Nigerian-American writer who was born in Texas and now lives in Seattle, where she was named in 2018 as one of the city’s 50 most influential women. Her writing covers misogynoir, intersectionality, online harassment, the Black Lives Matter movement, race, economics, parenting, feminism, and social justice.

Unity of Walnut Creek (https://www.unityofwalnutcreek.org/) is a vibrant, loving and inclusive community that offers a positive path for spiritual living through teachings that are relevant, practical and inspiring. Unity is part of the New Thought tradition. We believe we all have a spark of Divinity within us and we honor all paths to the One.

So You Want to Talk About Race? Book Study Group via Zoom

Thursday, Oct 8, 2020, 7:00 PM

Unity of Walnut Creek
1871 Geary Rd. Walnut Creek, CA

2 Members Attending

This wildly popular book by Ijeoma Oluo is written for all people, and will be discussed in a 7-week, Thursday night group, ending Nov. 19. Registration closes after the first (Oct. 8) session. The Zoom study group offers an invitation to deepen your understanding of the impact of racism and take steps toward dismantling it. In a loving and inclusi…

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