Sunday, April 30
We are thrilled to welcome anti-racist activist and writer Tim Wise to All Saints once again — this time talking about race in America in the context of our new presidential administration and exploring the ways white privilege and white fragility shape our national and cultural narrative and inform the rise in white nationalist rhetoric.
“If we are to effectively resist this autocrat,” he says, “it will be necessary for all those invested in liberty to join forces in the effort.” Join us on Sunday, April 30 at 10:15 a.m. in the Rector’s Forum as we seize this opportunity for empowerment as allies and partners in the struggle for justice.
Wise’s social justice focus on race, class, gender, privilege and sexuality has inspired several books, including his highly acclaimed memoir “White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son.” Do not miss this opportunity for education, inspiration and relationship building as we work together to develop skills for the critically important and ongoing work of dismantling all forms of racism.
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