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Speaking from the Heart: The Real Work of Undoing Racism from the Inside

After nearly two years of discussion and planning, the Western Quarterly Meeting-sponsored workshop addressing racism was finally held on Saturday, September 16. This workshop was designed with our membership in mind – a predominately white, middle-class, social-justice minded demographic. Nearly 30 people expressed interest in the workshop, and in the end we were close to capacity […]

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WQM Undoing Racism Workshop – Sat, Sept 16

One-day Workshop:
Speaking from the Heart— The Real Work of Undoing Racism from the Inside

Saturday, September 16, 2017
8:30 am—3:30 pm

Lunch provided. Registration required. Free, with $5-$35 donation suggested.

This one-day workshop is designed for participants to     engage with issues of racism and oppression on a personal level. We will learn tools for recognizing, addressing and healing from the impact of racism on our everyday lives. Our facilitators will employ large-group and small-group interactive formats. Reading materials will be provided  prior to the workshop.  Participants from all backgrounds and those engaged at all levels of awareness are welcome.

Our facilitators will be Joyce Bembry and Linda Lucero from Delaware’s Coalition to Dismantle the New Jim Crow.       

Workshop organized by Western Quarterly Meeting & hosted at Kennett Friends Meeting, 125 W. Sickle Street, Kennett Square, PA
For more information contact: coordinator@westernquarterquakers.org or 610.444.1012


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Alternatives to Violence Project

Come experience a free AVP workshop Sunday, January 20, 2:00 to 6:00 pm at the Mary Taylor House 326 N. Walnut Street, West Chester (Enter Community Room thru the door to the right of the main entrance) The AVP project was started in 1975 in a prison in upstate New York and has grown to […]

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