ENDING ANTI-BLACK RACISM PROGRAMS
Partnering with the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado, Soul 2 Soul hosts Facing Racism cohorts of 20 predominantly white people from various religious traditions. Centering the lives and experiences of Black womxn, Facing Racism provides:
- Sacred space for participants to learn and share deeply about race and racism
- A healthy and delicious dinner
- A range of racial and theological analyses
- Information about reproductive injustices against Black people in the United States historically and presently
- Vocabulary that is used frequently in discussing anti-Black racism
- A myriad of diverse anti-Black racism resources
- Opportunities to develop accountability partners for continued anti-racism work
- An affirming space for participants to develop and implement plans for doing positively transformative personal and collective anti-racism.
The cost for Facing Racism is $300. Partial scholarships are available (for more information, please contact Soul 2 Soul Sisters).
Soulful Journey Congregations, Nonprofit Organizations & Academic Institutions
In faith communities, Rev. Tawana and Rev. Dawn preach liberative sermons and facilitate post-sermon racial justice-centered dialogues.
Additionally in congregations, nonprofit organizations and academic institutions, Soul 2 Soul Sisters guides participants in 4-6 sessions of racial justice work that centers Black people and experiences.
The main goals of this work are anti-racist self-liberation, raising awareness about and eliminating racism within personal circles, and leading racial justice work within congregational, social justice and academic systems toward building hospitable and just communities.
For more information, please contact Soul 2 Soul Sisters.