What: Plymouth Church has been engaging in rich conversations around diversity and race to better understand anti-racism as a spiritual practice. To further these conversations, Plymouth is offering the church and broader community an opportunity to learn more through the 1619 Project Revisited, an examination of how the legacy of slavery continues to shape our country.
Who: Open to ALL. The program will be meaningful to anyone who participated in 2020 and also new participants.
Topics: Participants can expect to read the 1619 Project essays published in The New York Times, listen to podcasts and musical performances, watch videos, learn from speakers, and engage in small-group discussions around medical inequality, the wealth gap, mass incarceration, education malpractice and undemocratic policies. Each session will offer advocacy ideas and action steps.
Register here! Registration is limited due to Zoom capacity, early registration is strongly recommended. Registration will close Monday, Jan. 10 (registration may close earlier if class reaches capacity).