Sunday, March 21, 2-4 pm, Living Room Conversation (via Zoom).
The Wellesley Club of Minnesota is hosting a guided group discussion called "Living Room Conversations", in which participants are invited to think deeply about a topic and engage with each other in a moderated format.Catrina Huynh-Weiss and Sara Bennet Pearce will lead us through small group conversations on topics of significance to us and our communities. Our fall Living Room Conversation was a winner - - come join us for this timely conversation!
Our winter facilitated conversation will focus on the topic Digging Deeper into Ourselves: Looking Within to Heal Our Communities and Close Equity Gaps.
To create a more perfect union requires moral courage. This conversation explores and asks us to self-reflect on what we are doing in our daily lives to address racism and eliminate it and the equity gaps. What does it mean for non-black people to be comfortable with being uncomfortable - calling out racism and oppression, and dismantling them so that we can heal, forgive, love and see each other's humanity? How do we become the change we seek, in service to building a beloved community - one that is anti-racist, just, fair, safe and equitable? It begins with the self.
Note: the program will be approximately 90 minutes, to be followed by "mix and mingle" for those who wish to socialize with fellow alumnae.
Register for this event here: https://alum.wellesley.edu/cf_forms/view.cfm?formI...
RSVP BY MARCH 11
Please contact Catrina Huynh-Weis with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org