Shabbat Program – CHJ Journey to Social Justice, Part 2
January 28, 2022 @ 7:30 pm
CHJ’s Journey to Racial Justice, Part 2 (Relationships)
Friday, January 28, 2022, 7:30PM
Putting a human face on racism, real stories from real people
In this climate of heightened awareness of institutionalized racism, social inequity and white privilege provoking both tensions and interest, story is uniquely positioned to bring people together in an environment of co-respectful telling and listening.
The Ubuntu Storytelling experience fosters a safe space to engage in self-reflection and authentic dialogue. Listeners will hear stories of “being in the skin we’re in as well as stories of simply being.”
Our Ubuntu Storytellers:
About Ubuntu: I Am Because We Are
This African proverb reveals a world view that we owe our selfhood to others, that we are first and foremost social beings, that, if you will, no man/woman is an island, or as the African would have it, “One finger cannot pick up a grain.” — William E. Flippin, Jr.
Did you miss CHJ’s Journey to Social Justice Part 1: Awareness?
Please prepare by viewing:
A Shabbat service at 7:30 PM precedes the program.
This event is open only to CHJ members
This is a virtual event: Zoom link will be sent early on Jan. 28