Racial Justice Ministries

Black Women Panel Discussion

Racial Justice Ministries

White Women and Voting: Calling White Women Out to Call Them In at the Polls

White Women and Voting: Calling White Women Out to Call Them In at the Polls

Date/Time: Sunday, October 25, 2pm CDT
Location: Live on our Facebook page

This event is free and open to the public. No prior login or registration is necessary in order to view.

Join Racial Justice Ministries at Scarritt Bennett Center for “White Women and Voting: Calling White Women Out to Call Them In at the Polls” This event will stream live on our Facebook page.

“White Women and Voting” will feature a panel of white women discussing the ways in which white women historically cast their vote to reflect their racial identity while jeopardizing their gender identity. Panelists will discuss how patriarchy, their perceived interest in whiteness, and the long history of white women being complicit in white supremacy reflects how white women vote cast their votes.

The panelist will offer ways for white women to re-imagine their role as co-conspirators for the sake of their own humanity—and for the sake of the humanity of people of color.

Raising Co-Conspirators: A Teacher's Edition

Raising Co-Conspirators: A Teacher’s Edition

Date/Time: Sundays, November 1 & 8, 2pm CDT
Location: Live on our Facebook page

This event is free and open to the public. No prior login or registration is necessary in order to view.

Join Racial Justice Ministries at Scarritt Bennett Center for “Raising Co-Conspirators: A Teacher’s Edition”. This series will stream live from our Facebook page.

“Raising Co-Conspirators” is a 2-part conversation with educators on how to talk with children about racism. During Part 1, panelists will focus on the classroom and offer ways for teachers, mentors, coaches, and parents to be more active in decolonizing their curriculum by providing culturally appropriate assignments that promote diversity. In Part 2, panelists will be joined on the livestream by children in their lives, and together they will model how to have an effective conversation with children about racism.

October Salama Circle: Pleasure

Salama Circles: A Call for Black Women Across the Globe to Heal and be Free

This event is free and open to Black women everywhere, however participants must register in order to attend.

Scarritt Bennett Center in collaboration with Beyoncé Mass presents Salama Circles: an intentional respite and safe space for Black women all over the globe to soar, to be free to express emotion and release pain, and anger for the sake of healing.

Salama Circles is a four-part series that invites Black women all over the globe to directly address issues of grief, joy, pleasure, and burden by engaging in conversation about the intersectional realities that Black women face daily, and how they impact particular kinds of trauma and exclusion.

Recordings of Previous Programs

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