LIVING INTO A NEW NORMAL: Juneteenth Roundtable on "Truth & Reparations in response to Police Violence in a Time of Global Pandemic"

From June 17, 2020 5:00 pm until June 17, 2020 6:30 pm
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Join members of the Community of Living Traditions as we meet online to live into a "New Normal" — every Wednesday at 5pm eastern time.

In this session, we will commemorate and learn about Juneteenth as we speak to: Truth & Reparations in response to Police Violence in a Time of Global Pandemic.

Featuring:

  • Woullard Lett, NCOBRA moderator
  • Professor Margaret Burnham, civil rights & restorative justice project university distinguished professor of law Northeastern University
  • Leah Penniman, Soul Fire Farm & Author of Farming While Black
  • Dr. David Ragland, Cofounder and CoDirector of Truth Telling Project and Director of the Reparations Campaign

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This event is co-sponsored by the Truth and Reparations Campaign, which includes Psychoanalasis for Social Responsibility, Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, Coming to the Table, Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth, N'COBRA - National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America, and the Truth Telling Project.

‘Living into a New Normal’ is a series that the Community of Living Traditions at Stony Point Center has created to explore the world that the COVID19 pandemic reveals. Using the lenses of our religious and spiritual traditions, our experiences of intentional community and mutual aid, and our connection to intersectional movements for justice and peace, we will try to understand and imagine how to harness this difficult time to live into a shared journey toward a new normal that will serve the needs of all. Please join us on this journey!

Click more information about the series, and a listing of all the events.