The Intersection of Faith and Racial Justice
Friday, 10:00am | Portal
A discussion on the intersection of faith and racial justice, directed toward white people and those at the beginning stages of understanding the current issues surrounding racial justice. Includes discussions about the intersection of race and American history, mass incarceration, economic policy, immigration, privilege and fragility. Participants will learn about current racial justice movements and what it means to be a truly supportive ally.
Jacqui Buschor is a justice-obsessed organizer, policy wonk, and soon-to-be-seminarian living on the Westside of Columbus, OH. With nearly ten years experience, her deepest passion is teaching and leading people of faith toward new, creative ways of doing justice together and experiencing the transformative power of community.
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