The strength to hold on and the flexibility to let go—resilience is born from both. In countering the toxins of white supremacy, how do we deepen our spiritual wisdom to know what is most needed at any given time? How do we create a resilient faith community that engages our different identities, communities of accountability, histories, and choices in the struggle for just and sustainable life for us all? This Sunday’s sermon honors the call from Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism for Unitarian Universalists across the country to hold a second “White Supremacy Teach-In.” It will be followed on Wednesday evening, October 25, 7-9 p.m. with a “Teach In and Topics-In-Formation” session on “Countering White Supremacy” for further discussion and exploration.
White Supremacy Meets the Spirit of Resilience
22 Oct 2017
Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker