This 90-minute program (via Zoom) will honor the vision and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and will provide space for you to engage with others in transformative conversations around race and equity in these tumultuous days. Be inspired and supported in your intentions to contribute to creating a world free of racism.
This meeting will follow the model of The Circle Way which shifts the conversation from informal socializing or opinionated discussion to a receptive attitude of thoughtful speaking and deep listening.
Prior to the meeting, please download and read MLK's "Letter from Birmingham Jail." You can find it here: https://www.csuchico.edu/iege/_assets/documents/susi-letter-from-birmingham-jail.pdf
Through the posing of thoughtful questions, you'll be given the opportunity to learn, express, lament, dream, and envision a future free of racism. You will leave feeling inspired, encouraged, and empowered to create responsive and creative communities of transformation and regeneration within your spheres of influence, in service towards racial justice and equity in our communities and in our nation!
About "The Circle Way"
The event will be modeled using a practice often referred to as "community circles." "Circles started around the cook-fires of humanity's ancestors and has accompanied us every since. We remember this space. When we listen, we speak more thoughtfully. We lean in to shared purpose." (From "The Circle Way: Basic Guidelines for Calling a Circle"), www.thecircleway.net
Register to reserve your seat. Seating is limited.
Follow this link to the registration page on Eventbrite, and click on Register Now to reserve your seat.
I look forward to an inspiring and hope-filled conversation. I hope you can join me.
We must move the needle toward justice and equity for all -- one conversation at a time!