The Ohio Council of Churches, Greater Dayton Christian Connections, Sisters of the Precious Blood and Weavers of Justice Presents workshops on:
Is White Privilege Real? A Discussion on Race
Saturday February 6th from 10am-1pm
To receive a Zoom invite for these complimentary workshops please contact: Brandi Slaughter email@example.com
A Lenten Journey through Black History in Rural Ohio
The Catholic Rural Life Conferences and Anti-Racism Task Force of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Social Action Office invite you to join us for a series of three presentations looking at three unique aspects of African American history in southwestern Ohio.The talks will operate independently so attendees can join for the whole series or simply the one or two that work for their schedules. All talks will take place over Zoom.
Monday, Feb. 22, 7:00pm
The Community Within: Discovering African American History in Rural OhioPresenter: Professor Ric Sheffield, Chair of the American Studies Department at Kenyon College***Zoom link***
Thursday, March 4, 7:00pm
Carthagena—Ohio’s Largest Free Black and Mulatto Settlement Presenter: Mary Ann Olding, President & Owner of Old World Research Company***Zoom link***
Thursday, March 11, 7:00pm
Gist Communities—Settlements of Freed Slaves – How They Worked and Continue TodayPresenters: Neil Snarr, Professor Emeritus at Wilmington College, & Peggy Mills Warner, 7th generation descendent of the Gist Community in Brown County***Zoom link***
If you have any questions, please let us know. All are welcome, and we’d appreciate you spreading the word. This series can provide a great Lenten reflection series for parishes and other faith groups.