Changing Systems, Changing Ourselves: "Anti-racist practice for sanctuary, accompaniment, and resistance.” -- American Friends Service Committee
A five-session monthly interactive e-course for groups to explore, reflect, and act for social change.
Anti-racist practice, to reflect on how to show up consciously to work alongside those most impacted by injustice, with caucus groups for people of color and white people
The U.S. immigration system's history of racial exclusion and how it plays out today
Criminalization, immigration, and the prison industrial complex
Anti-Blackness and working for immigrant justice
The theology and practice of accompaniment
Real life examples through case-studies
Practical skills to apply to accompanying immigrants in ICE check-ins, detention visitation, and other contexts
Do you want to join a community of people of faith and conscience committed to taking action as well as practicing reflection?
Are you seeking ways to offer grounded solidarity that don't reproduce oppressive practices?
Have you ever gone to an immigration (ICE) check-in or court to support a person at risk of deportation?
Is your congregation part of the New Sanctuary Movement, or talking about joining?
Join a five-session monthly online course that explores:
By registering you agree that you and your group will do your best to attend online sessions on the following dates and times:
January 28th: Intro session on anti-racist praxis in caucuses: Join the caucus you identify with, white or people of color (links for both will be shared) (8 to 9:30 p.m. ET)
February 25th: Criminalization and immigration detention's place in the prison industrial complex (8 to 9:30 p.m. ET)
March 24th: Anti-Blackness and immigrant justice (8 to 9:30 p.m. ET)
April 28th: Accompaniment as anti-racist practice with on-the-ground case studies (8 to 9:30 p.m. ET)
May 26th: On the ground case study coaching sessions based on participant needs (times TBD)
Social change e-course
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