Location: Live on our Facebook page
Dates & Times: Sunday, August 16 & Sunday, August 23, 2pm CDT
This event is free and open to the public. No login or prior registration is necessary to attend.
Join Racial Justice Ministries at Scarritt Bennett Center for, “Let Us Live: The Sheer Audacity of Integrity”. This 2-part series will focus on the Black Lives Matter movement from the transgender person’s perspective. The event will stream live from our Facebook page.
The trans experience is one that is unique but not always appreciated. “Let Us Live” invites listeners to engage in intimate conversation around the importance of including the lives and lived experiences of transgender people in our communities, many of whom are often excluded because of their being. This series invites viewers to hear the stories of panelists as they share the risks, rewards, and internal and external dangers of being people of diverse genders and gender expressions.
Conversation will also offer wisdom into the differences between gender identity and affectional orientation, as well as the commonalities Black people share across the divide in community.
Location: via Zoom
Dates & Times: Once monthly, August through November
This series is free and open to Black women across the globe, but participants much register for each event in the series they wish to attend.
Scarritt Bennett Center, in collaboration with Beyoncé Mass and The Armah Institute of Emotional Justice, 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.
Upcoming events in this series:
This event is hosted by a partner organization.
Are you a white, forward-thinking person? Are you—or is your organization or group—exploring how specifically to contribute, what to do due to the pandemic, police brutality, protests against state-sanctioned violence, and the collective global call for substantive change, and the dismantling of systemic injustices?
The Armah Institute of Emotional Justice (AIEJ) offer a 2-week e-learning course that has a path, a process, and a practice of Emotional Justice as an answer.
The Armah Institute of Emotional Justice (AIEJ) is a global institute providing emotionality education in the context of race, gender, and culture using the visionary Emotional Justice framework.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org and put ‘Circle of Willingness’ in the subject line.