Something to Say!
“Something to Say” is an intergenerational, faith-based, anti-racism effort; encouraging and equipping families and to address racism
About this Event
Does talking about racism makes you uncomfortable? When you hear racist slurs, are you not sure how to respond? Are you wanting to discuss racism with your children but not sure you know enough on the subject or not sure where to start?
This event is for you!”Something to Say” is an intergenerational, faith-based, anti-racism effort. The goal is to equip, encourage, and engage families in speaking up about racism. When racism appears in our world, everyone has “something to say.” “Something to Say” will be an online event on MLK weekend, January 17-18, 2021. The event itself will take place the weekend of January 17-18th (MLK weekend) and will be largely self-guided with some set opportunities for interacting online with other families
TICKETING INFORMATION: Tickets include entry to the virtual event plus access to learning modules and the antiracism activity kit (paid tickets only)There are multiple ticket options—please select carefully.
Choose IN-Person Pickup of Activity Kit (either at one of three Milwaukee area congregations). Or have the Activity Kit SHIPPED to you.
Your Zoom webinar link will be emailed to you prior to the events.
Please note that your activity kit will become available after January 2, 2021.
Event Schedule, Including Pre-Events
On Sunday January 17 we will release an online worship service for congregations and families to use for worship. All those who have registered to receive conference materials will have access conference guides and an antiracism toolkit. Three video learning modules will be released. The videos may be viewed together as a family at any point throughout the weekend.
On Sunday evening, families will be encouraged to watch a movie together and engage in some discussion. Afterward, at 8:00PM, there will be an opportunity to check in with leaders and other parents in a zoom discussion.
On Monday at 2:00PM there will be another live zoom check in with families to answer any questions and reflect together on the learning modules.
On Monday at 6:00PM, the event will end with a live multigenerational panel discussion and Question and Answer period.
By registering for “Something to Say” you get access to hosted events and 2 pre-event Bible studies for all ages that will be available on zoom or facebook live.
- Nov.19 @ 6:30PM- Comfort or Challenge? We will look at 2 stories how Jesus faced hard conversations and wonder whether Jesus is comforting or challenging us?Join Zoom Meeting : https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83207830312Meeting ID: 832 0783 0312
- Dec. 8 @ 6:30PM- What’s Your Inheritance? We will look at how our history and our family’s history can help pass on stories of faith and racism. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87010264840 Meeting ID: 870 1026 4840
“Something to Say” conference is here to equip, encourage, and engage families in telling their own stories of racism. In seeing racism when it appears in our churches and our world, we equip voices, recognizing everyone has “something to say.”
Race and Faith’s mission is to challenge racial inequities and advance deeper understanding, fostering meaningful relationships by inviting participants to bring all of who they are into the conversation about racism.
We are a faith-based organization challenging racial inequities and advancing understanding to foster a more just world.
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