Building covenantal relationships among Unitarian Universalist women that equip us all to be better co-conspirators and allies in the movement for collective liberation.
FINDING FREEDOM: White Women Taking On Our Own White Supremacy
Registration is now closed for this program. We may offer it again the future. If you are interested, please contact us.
The purpose of Finding Freedom is to deepen our individual and collective understanding of how we as white women and gender-expansive people are complicit with white supremacy, and how we can make changes that help us live more deeply and consistently into our racial justice commitments.
We are excited to have Evangeline Weiss and Kari Points facilitate Finding Freedom, because they bring lived experience as queer white women who also have a keen understanding of intersectionality, including the intersections of race, gender, and class. Evangeline and Kari have spent more than 40 years combined as white queer people working with communities, individuals and organizations that center racial, gender, and economic justice. They developed Finding Freedom and launched it in 2017, and to date, more than 500 white women and genderqueer people have participated in the workshop. We are in very good hands.
The Finding Freedom workshop series is right for you if you are striving to understand your own relationship to being white and how that impacts your ability to make your way in a multiracial world. All white women and genderqueer people are welcome in the workshops.
Join us. Bring a few comrades from your congregation or UU group. Let’s dig in.
Please note: Attendance at the first session is required. If you are unable to attend that one, we ask that you do not register. After that, participants are strongly encouraged to attend all five sessions to get the most out of the program. None of the sessions will be recorded.
Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.