Tune in for the New Pathways Lab 2.0: Race Amity Day:
Race Amity Day is an annual celebration in MA that BRIDGE has consistently held as a space to discuss, acknowledge, and be real about what racial amity really requires and how we can organize to get there.
It's this Sunday, June 14th, and BRIDGE has a full day planned of action, intentional reflection, and dialogue from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm (you can join for all or part of the day) It's a great chance to get involved and begin to meet folks in the BRIDGE community. If you're interested in joining, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to get signed up; sign in directly at Zoom Link below; and get more info on the schedule!
Suggested contribution: $50/day via our Support us page.
BRIDGE Race Amity Day Agenda (via ZOOM)
9:00 AM Opening: Introduction to Race Amity Day and Juneteenth
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Anti-Racism Chat on Accountability led by Accountability Team at BRIDGE
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM Community Dialogue: Aligning Jewish Community with Black Lives Uprising: Rabbi Neil Hirsch, Dr. Christopher MacDonald Dennis (invited) and Gwendolyn VanSant
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Anti-Racism Chat: Dr. Leticia Haynes & Gwendolyn VanSant: What do we as a Black community need in this time?
2:30 - 4:00 PM BIO Processional March : Together We Breathe! In Pittsfield, MA - As a part of the day we will join our partners at BIO for a “Together We Breathe” processional with the local police. The schedule is as follows:
4:00- 7:00 PM Race Amity Day 2020 -
Tune in! 4-5 PM for opening and then thought leader presentations discussions after: https://raceamity.org/rad2020/; Donations go to the Navajo Nation. Reflection: how many indigenous lives can you name that have been taken by police brutality?
8:00 PM “Tapping In with BRIDGE” to close out Race Amity Day - CARE Action Lab: What are we looking for? What are we fighting for? What are the outcomes we seek to build a collective humanity where we ALL can thrive - not just survive.
Events posted here are hosted by or sponsored by BRIDGE.