Seeing Race, Racism, and Justice: Contemporary Art and Generational Pain

Over the course of three Saturdays, we will virtually visit DC-area museums to explore how artists have envisioned race, responded to racism, and imagined justice. Join us for reflection and discussion oriented around the power of art to transform not only what we see, but how we see: our bodies, our country, and our future.

Facilitated by Minister of Congregational Care Rev. Tony Coleman.

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