Jubilee Anti-Racism Training
Training Dates: April 24-26, 2020
Learning Together About Systemic Racism
Acclaimed Program Experienced Trainers
Jubilee Anti-Racism Training helps participants understand what is involved in nurturing a multicultural community and working against racism in all of its forms. This 2 ½ day workshop is a journey toward making a stand against racism. Church members, church leaders of any faith, as well as non-church members participate. The training includes presentations, discussions, videos, exercises and small group work.
→ Develop a shared analysis of racism and its individual, institutional, and cultural manifestations and
→ Begin applying this common understanding to the history, culture, and institutional structure of our society, and to envision the next steps in taking action.
Agenda Topics Include:
→ The history of racism and resistance to racism in the Americas
→ Looking at racism in Hawaii
→ Defining racism
→ The effects of racism on people of color and on white people
→ Dismantling racism
→ Claiming and shaping an anti-racist identity
Contact Carla Allison for questions or assistance. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 808-396-1488.
Jubilee Trainers Lutricia Callair & Dr. Leon Spencer
Learning Reflections from Jubilee
“Many of us were opened to the effects of personal and institutional oppression which I believe will spread and create a more woke and welcoming congregation here at First UU.”
“I’m more aware of my white privilege and see where I’ve used this privilege in the past to escape from uncomfortable situations, rather than to stay on and fight for equitable treatment and conditions for people of color or people with less power and access to resources than me.”
“I gained more confidence to stand up and speak out when witnessing micro-aggressions.”
“Jubilee helped bring out the positive changes our congregation is taking action on, as well as reveal some aspects where we need to grow and develop.”
“This training is helping our congregation grow in knowledge and courage to continue learning and being examples of holders of the 8th Principle.”
“I take courage that I can and will change along with our congregation and community. That we will support each other going forward is inspiring.”
A.D.O.R.E. Founder & Jubilee Convener Paula Cole Jones