Plymouth READS – I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made For Whiteness
Austin Channing Brown
The Racial Justice Initiative and the Spiritual Exploration Committee, Co-Sponsors
Many of you may have attended a Plymouth READS event in prior years when we were able to gather for dinner and conversation in Lenmark/Jackman. Though we would love to be with you in person over a shared meal, we can still gather for rich conversation. We invite you to join us through Zoom to discuss this rich and important book.
Austin Channing Brown has written a very accessible book, filled with stories pulled from her own life that illuminate the experiences of many Black Americans. She shares what it is like to navigate not just this country’s deep issues with race but also her experience as a Black woman working in a white religious institution. We hope you’ll join us. We have copies of the book available for those on tight budgets. Please let Ann Manning know if you would like one. firstname.lastname@example.org
Register for ONE of the three Zoom meetings
• Wednesday, January 13, 10:00AM-11:30AM
• Monday, January 18, 6:30PM-8:00PM
• Sunday, January 17, 11:30AM-1PM
Conversations will be facilitated by members of the Racial Justice Initiative.