We Cannot Walk Alone”: Anti-Racism and Allyship - A Panel Discussion by St. Luke’s United Methodist Church

February 18, 2021
Join us for an important LIVE discussion with an amazing group of leaders and educators involved in the work of anti-racism.

In July 2020, a group from the Center Spiritual Engagement came together as a community to engage in self-reflection, education, and action to support and to stand in solidarity with those experiencing racism in our community. Out of these conversations grew a need to reach out to our larger community with a much larger conversation.

As a result, we have created a panel discussion, “We Cannot Walk Alone”: Anti-Racism and Allyship which will be held on March 9, 2021 from 6:30 to 8 pm Mountain Standard Time. We’ve brought together an amazing group of leaders and educators involved in the work of anti-racism.

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- Garlinda Burton, journalist, educator, and justice advocate, serving as Interim General Secretary for the General Commission on Religion and Race of The United Methodist Church

- Reverend Ken Brown, Senior Pastor, Trinity United Methodist Church, Denver, CO

- Jordan Lee – a sophomore at CU Boulder and content creator of a social media campaign called “Unmask the Racism”

“We Cannot Walk Alone” is a quote from Martin Luther King’s renowned “I have a dream” speech which we feel exemplifies our purpose in this time of division and violence, but is also a moment in which individuals and movements seek greater connection in the fight to dismantle racism. We hope you will join us for this event and become a part of the global movement of justice-making and positive change.

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