Antiracism HUB

What do we do in the face of systemic racism?  What do we do as people of color oppressed by these systems?  What do we do as white folk who are privileged by these same systems?  Many of us are asking questions, searching for answers, and taking action where we see a path.    This Antiracism HUB is for those doing this work so we can share, learn, and act in each other's company. Join us if this is your calling, too. We aspire to be people of all colors, all faiths and all non-faiths.

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Sustainable Leadership for Social Change, Program in Massachusetts Last Updated on 2018-10-03 15:58:20   Engage emerging and existing justice leaders in creative, action oriented, sustainable spirit-centered movement, social justice and coalition building. This is no time to be casual in our justice work. We are in a time of change, and we need to have trained leaders in our communities. The new Sustainable Leadership for Social Change certificate program begins this November at the Rowe Center. This program is geared to train new social activists, to support those already immersed in the work of justice, and to explore how we sustain this work. We will emphasize coalition and fusion work, sustainability and resiliency, strategy development and adaptability, healthy group decision making and collaborative leadership. A two-year certificate program with two weekend workshops and two week-long intensives each year. Nov. 11-16, 2018; May 5-10, 2019, Fall 2019; Spring 2020... More »
Annual Mothers Justice Breakfast Nov. 15 in Seattle Last Updated on 2018-09-29 03:09:02   Save the date! 8th Annual Mothers Justice Breakfast Thursday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 a.m. Seattle's First African Methodist Episcopal Church (1522 14th Ave.) For tables, tickets, sponsorship please contact Rev. Harriett Walden at 206-380-1710   #MFPA206 #SocialJustice #ThurgoodMarshall     More »
Interfaith Justice Conference: Sept. 29 on Mercer Island, Wash. Last Updated on 2018-09-25 16:40:06   The Weaving Our Strengths Conference is almost here!   The Church Council of Greater Seattle Weaving Our Strengths: Narratives of Hope Sat. Sept. 29, 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Mercer Island Presbyterian Church 3605 84th Ave. S.E. Mercer Island, Wash.   Come one, come all! Lay leaders, ministers, pastors, youth leaders, interested individuals, church leadership councils, outreach teams, social justice teams, mission teams and worship teams, come to Weaving Our Strengths, a day-long conference of fellowship, inspiration and skill-building to strengthen local churches' efforts for the common good. The day includes worship, two sessions of workshops, and an afternoon session moving from conversation to action. This year's theme is Narratives of Hope.   Conference information is up on our website   including workshop descriptions, presenter... More »
Justice Fair Opens 2018 Summit, Oct. 20 in Edmonds, Wash. Last Updated on 2018-09-14 19:01:01   Join us for a day of learning, celebration, commemoration, comradery, creativity and getting real about justice work in Washington State. The NW Justice Summit takes place at Edmonds UU Church in Edmonds, Wash. on Oct. 20, 2018. Registration is now open Register here   This year’s summit will be very special because it will launch the joint evolution of Northwest UU Justice Network and Washington UU Voices for Justice. Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Congregation will be our hosts for the first summit of the new organization, JUUstice Washington, just as it was for the first NW Justice Summit eight year ago. Your voice is important to the development of this new organization. What can JUUstice Washington do to further your justice work?   This year’s summit will include a new Justice Fair, featuring exhibits, information kiosks and... More »
55th Anniversary MLK March and Rally, Aug. 28 in Seattle Last Updated on 2018-09-14 14:44:37   55th Anniversary March on Washington Reflect Back. March Forward. 5:30 p.m. Tues. Aug. 28, Seattle   It has been 55 years since the 1963 March on Washington, when the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his iconic I Have A Dream speech. On August 28 the MLK Jr. Commemoration Committee will host a march and rally connecting history with contemporary issues for Social Justice. MARCH Starts at 5:30 p.m at Union & 19th streets, going north to Madison Street RALLY & BELL TOLLING 6 p.m. at Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1634 19th Ave., at Madison).  A free reception featuring a variety of ethnic dishes. COMMEMORATION 7 p.m. featuring a diverse group of speakers on current events, a spoken-word artist and songs. Jesse Wineberry will be one of the speakers; there will be a ceremonial burial of I-200. FREE... More »