This day-long training and community building will help you develop the skills, spiritual grounding and strategies for your community to respond to injustice. In this urgent moment when the effects of racism are impacting our immigration and mass incarceration systems and we experience regular threats to civil liberties, we invite you to join us for prayer, community building, and action to learn faith-rooted approaches to organizing. Come and share what you are learning so that we have the tools to respond in a prayerful, skillful and powerful manner.
The day-long training will cover the following topics:
- How to tell your story and share it to build relationships
- How to understand power and how to build power for the purpose of justice
- How to ground justice work in spiritual wisdom and practice
- How system racism perpetuates the injustices we see here in Massachusetts and how to join the network movement that is transforming these injustices.
Where: The Cathedral of St. Paul - 138 Tremont Street, Boston MA. 02111
When: Saturday, September 15th from 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $25 per person for food and materials. Scholarships available
To enroll: Register for the event here.