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Sacred Ground: Finding Our Place in the History of Racism
Sunday, October 03, 2021, 04:00pm

Sacred Ground: Finding Our Place in the History of Racism

 

 
The next 1-hour, online presentation in the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) Peacebuilding Online Project on Sunday, October 3 features Katrina Browne, the lead developer of the Sacred Ground curriculum which has been taken up by over 1700 circles in congregations across the country and is expanding in new ways, and will invite us to take an honest look at the history of race
 
This workshop is an overview of Sacred Ground (a film and readings-based dialogue on race) including discussion of clips from the films. Experienced facilitators will offer guidance for how to form small groups to walk through key chapters in America's history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family stories, economic class, and political and regional identity.
 
Register to attend online on Sunday, October 3 at 4:00 pm here.
Location online

143 State Street (mail to PO Box 4036) | Portland, ME 04101-4036 | Phone: (207) 772-1953 |