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CCS Friday – Becoming an Anti-Racist Church

March 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

Join us for an online conversation to explore more about what it might mean to become an anti-racist church. How does an organization continue the process of institutional change to become a more intentionally anti-racist one? Together, we’ll explore a continuum for becoming an anti-racism organization as well as the United Church’s national anti-racism action plan. The conversation will be facilitated by Adele Halliday, who is the Anti-Racism and Equity Lead staff at the United Church’s General Council Office.

Adele Halliday is the Anti-Racism and Equity Lead staff at the national office of The United Church of Canada. An experienced anti-racism educator, workshop leader, and award-winning writer, Adele has been involved in anti-racism work with churches in Canada and beyond for many years. She is currently staff resource to the United Church’s Anti-Racism Common Table. She holds a Master of Education as well as a Master of Theological Studies, and is currently studying towards a Doctor of Education. Adele lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

CCS Fridays:

Online conversations to help us all to respond faithfully to emerging issues in local contexts.  These workshops are open to anyone who might be interested. Each session will be on a Friday from 12:00 to 1:00 Central (Winnipeg time) and in the form of a Zoom workshop.  There will be a presentation that will be recorded for future viewing, plus opportunities to engage with the ideas in small groups.

Sessions are free but you must register. (Click HERE)

Details

Date:
March 4
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST
Event Category:
Website:
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEkcuihqzspHtTmzSydBr3p3D-HMsqeODZi

Organizer

CCS
Phone:
204-783-4490
Email:
info@ccsonline.ca
View Organizer Website

Venue

Online

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