After participating in the 1619 study series or observing racism in your community, are you unsure about what one person can do to fight racism? Then join us in Waveland Hall at Plymouth Church on Monday, September 26 from 5:30-7 p.m. to find a way to do something to fight for justice for people of color in your community.
You are invited to share a dish for six based on your family’s heritage (entrée, appetizer, side dish or dessert) in fellowship circles and to meet other interested advocates while we share the history of our family dishes. After dinner, participants will move to facilitated action circles based on broad issues from the 1619 Project (wealth gap, healthcare, criminal injustice, education, and protecting democracy) where manageable actions or activities of their determination will be developed. This is a one-time meeting to get together with others to identify common goals and a doable activity to further justice for Black, Brown and other people of color in your community.
RSVP to Alicia Claypool (firstname.lastname@example.org) by September 21 to save a seat and to receive further details.