Following the inauguration of Trump this week, we will be sharing ways to get involved and take action against white supremacy in these scary times.
We will continue conversations around divesting from police and becoming better bystanders, as well as building our plans to organize more of our communities to stand on the side or racial justice.
We know that we must grow our capacity and skills to stand alongside and behind communities most impacted by a Trump presidency and the white supremacist violence it emboldens.
And, we also must grow our ways of relating to and bringing in the white communities that didn’t vote, or that elected Trump. We commit to having new and difficult conversations with a widening circle of white folks in our lives and communities. We don’t have the blueprint, but we commit to taking risks, getting outside of our bubbles and comfort zones, and bringing new people in.
Please bring your energy and ideas.
There are accessible bathrooms at the church as well as ramps to access the sanctuary from the west side. Childcare will be provided upon request, so if you have other access needs or would like to bring your children, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.”