The Race Matters team focuses on the personal “within” work as it relates to issues of racial justice, a top priority for Mayflower members.
We will create spaces where we can understand the spiritual and personal costs of racial injustice. We will increase Mayflower’s engagement with multi-cultural/multi-racial experiences in preparation for becoming a more diverse church community and a more effective ally in our racial justice work.
Have you been soul searching and learning about racism since that fateful day of May 25 when George Floyd was murdered? We highly recommend a video from the UCC exploring how churches are doing reparations work.
Consider purchasing your books through https://www.blackgarnetbooks.com, a Black women-owned store in Minneapolis that is doing on line book ordering. There is also a Little Library on the corner of 59th and Park Avenue that supports only Black stories and Black authors. Please feel free to come and take any book you like and share any books on the same subject you may have. Books are for all ages.
Kate Andrews Van Horne email@example.com
Black-owned Businesses and Organizations
If you have something you would like to recommend, please email Lisa Cargill-Romsaas.
106 E Diamond Lake Rd Minneapolis, MN 55419
(612) 824-0761 firstname.lastname@example.org
May 8, Readers’ Theatre, in person 8:30 & 11 am and online at 11 am May 15: Music Sunday, Nancy Grundahl’s Cantata, in person 8:30 & 11 am and online at 11 am May 22, 10 am: Spring into Summer and a Celebration of Dorothy Sun, May 29, 10 am: TBD
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