Racism & Reconciliation
The members of the Racism and Reconciliation committee recognize the presence of racism so deeply entrenched in our society and the harm and pain it inflicts on individuals, organizations and communities. The group seeks to increase our own awareness and deepen our understanding of the structure and impact of oppression, so that we can work most effectively for healing, reconciliation and justice in the St. Louis region.
Next R&R meeting: Wednesday, April 19th from 4:30-5:30pm in the parish center. Contact Lisa Burks if you’d like to join at email@example.com.
Upcoming Anti-Racism opportunities:
Solidarity Walk & Mass with our Immigrant & Refugee brothers & sisters
Saturday, April 8th
12pm: Meet at SLU clock tower to process to the Cathedral Basilica
1:30pm: Mass at the Cathedral Basilica
Migrant & Immigrant Community Action (MICA) Power of Attorney Workshops
*Spanish speaking interpreters needed*
Visit this link for more info: http://www.mica-project.org/events-and-updates.html
Sunday, March 26, 9am-1pm
St. Joseph Parish in Manchester
367 St. Joseph Lane, Manchester, MO 63021
Sunday April 2, 1-4pm
St. Charles Borromeo
601 N. Fourth St., St. Charles, MO 63301
#1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis exhibition
March 11, 2017-April 15, 2018
Missouri History Museum
This exhibition examines the local civil rights movement and the city's leading role in advancing the cause of racial justice.
More info: http://mohistory.org/civilrights
Interested in a small anti-racism book group? We are looking to form a group or groups to start meeting after Easter. Contact Christine Dragonette if interested at firstname.lastname@example.org or (314) 977-7309.