Most of us feel we are good people doing mostly good things, just trying to get by. Yet we also see terrible injustice, both in recent news and in the structures we're part of: our schools, our churches, our families, our government. We may want to act and have dialogue across differences, but aren't always sure how to do it "right," be heard, and start difficult conversations. It can feel scary and challenging.
Join Anna Czarnik-Neimeyer on October 7th as we discuss creative ways to uncover, critique, and understand power structures, learn form scholars and activists doing this work, and consider the question: "How am I called to authentic action and courageous dialogue, starting right here, right now?"
This event is free and open to the community. We will come together on Saturday, October 7th from 2-4 PM in Chris Knutsen Hall East (Anderson University Center) on the PLU Campus.