Join us on either Sunday, March 4 or Tuesday, March 6 for a round table discussion to explore our individual and collective perspectives and hopes around the issues of racial justice, affordable housing, and homelessness.
Sunday, March 4, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Chalice Room
Tuesday, March 6, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Chalice Room
Register here for either session. Both sessions will be preceded by a simple complimentary soup and bread lunch or supper 30 minutes before the session starts.
Our congregation is holding two conversations to explore the intersection between systemic racism and housing inequity. As congregational members of Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative, our collective ideas will help form future decisions on the next steps in eliminating homelessness and creating affordable housing in the Twin Cities.
We Want You To Join Us If:
- You have a desire to share thoughts on these issues
- You have a deeper understanding of the relationship of systemic racism to housing inequity in the Twin Cities
- You want to learn what we can do to create the world as we want to see it.
- If you’ve: built a house through Habitat; advocated on behalf of Homes for All, Habitat, or Beacon; volunteered with Families Moving Forward; donated to racial/housing justice; and/or wished you knew what you could do to eliminate homelessness and create more affordable housing
The conversations will be a mixture of:
- Input on critical information on racism and housing inequity in the Twin Cities
- Opportunities to identify our own experiences
- Ideas for furthering affordability of housing and eliminating homelessness