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Dr. Georgia says, “I learned more in this book than all the workshops I’ve attended, books I’ve read, and movies I’ve seen combined.”

WORKING TOGETHER TOWARD RACIAL HEALING

Facilitators:  Rev. Dr. Georgia Prescott

Rev. Brynde Lambert 

Introductory FREE class on Sunday, March 3rd at 1:30pm, PST

90 min classes – 8 Sundays – beginning March 10th 1:30pm

$275-payment plans available

Available on Zoom only: The zoom link for this Sunday’s Introductory class is:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83880607652?pwd=a3dmMVV4eGhpWnRIVTNUcHdIUjRiZz09

Join us for an exploration of one of the most powerful history books ever written. In this searingly smart and bitingly hilarious retelling of American history, acclaimed columnist and political commentator Michael Harriot combines unapologetically provocative storytelling with meticulous research to correct the record.  Placing Black people squarely at the center, Harriot presents a more accurate version of American history.  Ibram X. Kendi says, “Michael Harriot has done it.  Written a book that evokes the full range of human emotions.  Laughter, rage, sadness.” 

We know consciousness is Cause so let’s take advantage of this consciousness raising book to cause a leap in racial healing.  

In addition to material review and discussion we will also do somatic exercises to make sure our bodies are clear of new pain from this work.

Rev. Dr. Georgia Prescott recently retired as founding/senior minister from the Center for Spiritual Awareness in Sacramento.  She was a founding member of the CSL Diversity Commission and was inducted into the Martin Luther King Board of Preachers at Morehouse College in Atlanta. She wrote the book “Victim to Victory: a Spiritual not Religious Look at the 12 Steps. Prior to Ministry, Dr. Prescott served for 20 years as executive director of the Council on Aging in Sonoma County.

Rev. Brynde’ Lambert is a staff minister with the Center for Spiritual Awareness (CSA). She founded Ujima Ministry, “collective work and responsibility,” designed to foster collaboration and community building. Some of Ujima events include:

Ujima Racial Justice Newsletter (formerly called the CSA 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge Newsletter) 2020-2024 Each weekly issue provides information, resources, and actions you can take for racial justice. See link below to view a copy.

CSA’s 2ND Annual National Day of Racial Healing, January 16th, 2024, Team members facilitated on-line activities in conjunction with W.K. Kellogg’s Foundation National Day of Racial Healing.

CSA National Day of Racial Healing, January 17th-21st, 2023. Team members facilitated a week of on-line activities in conjunction with W.K. Kellogg’s Foundation National Day of Racial Healing.

CSA 100 Conversations About Anti-Racism. 2020-2024 Monthly conversations using the Circle Process, using prompts from the deck of cards by the same name. Via zoom.

CSA Juneteenth Celebration 2023. CSA’s first annual in-person event, June 11th, 2023.

CSA Kwanzaa Celebration 2023.  The CSA 21st Annual Kwanzaa, December 30th, 2023. Attendance was in-person and on-line. Years 1-20 coordinated by Chaplain Tynya Beverly, RScP and Rebecca Davis.

The Body is Not An Apology Workshop. In partnership with Dr. Georgia Prescott presented original content based on TBINAA book by Sonya Renee Taylor.

Commemorate GEORGE FLOYD: One Year Later – The Work Continues

Film Viewing and Discussion, via zoom, Saturday, May 28th, 2021.

Just Mercy Film Screening and Discussion. 2020. The two-screen sold-out viewing of “Just Mercy,” a movie highlighting world-renowned civil rights defense attorney Bryant Stevenson work. A film discussion occurred the next day.

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