This book by Robin Diangelo is the guiding framework for a new education opportunity at CGS. Do you feel defensive when someone suggests that you might be responsible for the oppression of black people? Do you wonder what your role in creating an equal society should be? Do you want to be open to and prepared for cross-racial dialogue?
We know that we are all simultaneously sinners and saints. But talking about our potential shortcomings is still not easy. Questions like these are difficult to answer with others and cannot be answered alone.
At CGS we hold one another's vulnerability with careful hands. In this community, we walk with one another on the journey of learning and transformation. We hope you will join us, assured that the goal is not to condemn one another but to grow.
Chuck Witschorik Jr. will be hosting an hour of education and conversation every night, for one week. We will gather at 7:30pm each night. We will meet Monday July 6 through Friday July 10. You can join us in one of two ways.
To join via video, click here: https://zoom.us/j/99088010575
To join via telephone, call 669-900-9128 and when prompted, enter Meeting ID 990 8801 0575.
You don't have to read the book to get something out of this class.
In fact, in many places, physical copies of this book are backordered for three or more weeks so you may not be able to. There are options if you are interested:
To buy a copy of the ebook click here.
To buy a copy of the audio book click here.
To buy a copy of the book we found one seller who has them - here. ,We also recommend this seller.
If you have questions about this class or would like more information about how to join and get connected, please contact Chuck W at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 510-684-4177.
For a preview of the subject matter, watch this interview with Robin Diangelo about her book:
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