Calendar of Events

OCT  8

OCT  15

OCT  22

 

OCT  29

NOV  5
 

NOV  19

DEC  3

dec  10

ANTI-RACISM PROJECT GROUP SESSIONS VIA ZOOM

FALL, 2020

Our eight-week course offers a way to examine the critical and persistent issue of racism.  Working with trained volunteer facilitators and a well designed curriculum participants will engage in interactive experiences to examine the realities of institutionalized racism, internalized racism and white privilege, and  how they feed ongoing racial injustice.  We will also discuss the myths and facts of immigration and strategies for dealing with racially charged personal encounters.

 

 

The Project's eight meetings over a period of three months is designed so that all participants have a voice as we respond to the program materials and share our own life experiences.  Participants are asked to make a commitment to attend all eight two-hour sessions. The final session will include sharing our personal action plans for racial justice.

All sessions are held from 7:00pm to 9:00 pm (Eastern Std. Time)

Past Events

AUGUST

06

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Registration

Required

Zoom

(Online Session)

The action of social action:

Black lives Matter

This Zoom workshop continues our conversation amid the

Covid-19 pandemic. 

Topics include:

White Privilege

Mass Incarceration

The "Talk" - What is the Impact of Systemic Racism on Black Families

Allyship in the Time of Covid:

Socially Distant Accomplice Responsibilities

Presentation followed by Q&A

JULY

30

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Registration

Required

Zoom

(Online Session)

The action of social action:

Black lives Matter

This Zoom workshop continues our conversation amid the

Covid-19 pandemic. 

Topics include:

White Privilege

Mass Incarceration

The "Talk" - What is the Impact of Systemic Racism on Black Families

Allyship in the Time of Covid:

Socially Distant Accomplice Responsibilities

Presentation followed by Q&A

 

JAN

23

7:00pm - 9:00pm

RSVP Required

516-593-4004

SONIC MINI-workshop

SONIC, South Nassau Interfaith Clergy has invited the Anti-Racism Project to conduct several free mini-workshops about privilege, oppression and racial micro-aggressions hosted at houses of worship throughout the area. These workshops will be led by experienced facilitators. Everyone is welcome to join in this crucial conversation.

Our Project was created in response to the recognition that systemic racism, which has been so entrenched in our history, continues to have tremendous negative impact. The Project seeks to explore with participants the ways that institutionalized racism and white privilege feed oppression and undermine our collective  well-being. Please join us for this educational and community-building experience.

FEB

11

7:00pm - 9:00pm

RSVP Required

516-766-2975

SONIC MINI-workshop

SONIC, South Nassau Interfaith Clergy has invited the Anti-Racism Project to conduct several free mini-workshops about privilege, oppression and racial micro-aggressions hosted at houses of worship throughout the area. These workshops will be led by experienced facilitators. Everyone is welcome to join in this crucial conversation.

Our Project was created in response to the recognition that systemic racism, which has been so entrenched in our history, continues to have tremendous negative impact. The Project seeks to explore with participants the ways that institutionalized racism and white privilege feed oppression and undermine our collective  well-being. Please join us for this educational and community-building experience.

FEB

13

7:00pm - 9:00pm

RSVP Required

516-766-0205

Parish of St. Agnes Cathedral

SONIC MINI-workshop

SONIC, South Nassau Interfaith Clergy has invited the Anti-Racism Project to conduct several free mini-workshops about privilege, oppression and racial micro-aggressions hosted at houses of worship throughout the area. These workshops will be led by experienced facilitators. Everyone is welcome to join in this crucial conversation.

Our Project was created in response to the recognition that systemic racism, which has been so entrenched in our history, continues to have tremendous negative impact. The Project seeks to explore with participants the ways that institutionalized racism and white privilege feed oppression and undermine our collective  well-being. Please join us for this educational and community-building experience.

FEB

25

7:00pm - 9:00pm

RSVP Required

516-599-5768

Bethany Congregational Church

SONIC MINI-workshop

SONIC, South Nassau Interfaith Clergy has invited the Anti-Racism Project to conduct several free mini-workshops about privilege, oppression and racial micro-aggressions hosted at houses of worship throughout the area. These workshops will be led by experienced facilitators. Everyone is welcome to join in this crucial conversation.

Our Project was created in response to the recognition that systemic racism, which has been so entrenched in our history, continues to have tremendous negative impact. The Project seeks to explore with participants the ways that institutionalized racism and white privilege feed oppression and undermine our collective  well-being. Please join us for this educational and community-building experience.

GROUP 1

OCT  15

OCT  22

OCT  29

 

NOV  5

NOV  14

NOV  19

DEC  3

dec  11

Joint Session

Joint Session

ANTI-RACISM PROJECT GROUP SESSIONS

FALL, 2019

The Project offers our communities a way to examine the critical and persistent issue of racism.  Working with trained volunteer facilitators and a well designed curriculum participants will engage in interactive experiences to examine the realities of institutionalized racism, internalized racism and white privilege, and understand how they feed ongoing racial injustice.

 

Our eight meetings over a period of three months will be designed so that all participants have a voice as we respond to the program materials and share our own life experiences.  ​ Participants are asked to make a commitment to attend all eight two-hour sessions. The final session will bring together both groups in a social setting where we can share our personal action plans for racial justice.

All sessions are held from 7:00pm to 9:00pm

GROUP 2

OCT  2

OCT  23

OCT  30

 

NOV  6

NOV  14

NOV  20

DEC  4

dec  11

Joint Session

Joint Session

ANTI-RACISM PROJECT GROUP SESSIONS

FALL, 2019

The Project offers our communities a way to examine the critical and persistent issue of racism.  Working with trained volunteer facilitators and a well designed curriculum participants will engage in interactive experiences to examine the realities of institutionalized racism, internalized racism and white privilege, and understand how they feed ongoing racial injustice.

 

Our eight meetings over a period of three months will be designed so that all participants have a voice as we respond to the program materials and share our own life experiences.  ​ Participants are asked to make a commitment to attend all eight two-hour sessions. The final session will bring together both groups in a social setting where we can share our personal action plans for racial justice.

All sessions are held from 7:00pm to 9:00pm

 
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