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The Black Caucus Welcomes Rachel L. Swarns to Speak on Racial Inequality and Reparations – Thursday, June 24, 7:00-8:30 PM

May 20, 2021 Elizabeth Shaw

Rachel L. Swarns is a noted author, journalist, and professor who writes about race and race relations as a contributing writer for The New York Times. She will engage in a conversation with participants at the concluding discussion in the series ‘Racial Inequality: Are Reparations Part of the Solution?’ Sponsored by the Black Caucus. Thursday, June 24, 7:00-8:30 PM. Email BlackCaucus@fhcpresb.org to receive an invitation to this event.

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Black Caucus-Racial Inequality/Reparations Series Saturday, May 22, 10:30AM-12:00PM

May 13, 2021 Elizabeth Shaw

This series is includes presentations and small group discussions on the history of racial inequality in this nation and lays the foundation for consideration of appropriate reparations. The discussion resumes with a focus on the period of time from the Civil Rights Movement up to the present day.

Send an email to BlackCaucus@FHCpresb.org to receive a invitation to this discussion.

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Black Caucus Book Club – The Color of Compromise, Saturday, June 5, 2021, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

May 13, 2021 Elizabeth Shaw

All are invited to join a discussion of “The Color of Compromise” by Jemar Tisby, on Saturday, June 5, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM. In this book, the author writes about the roots of sustained racism and injustice in the American church. He presents a historical survey of the role of race in American Christianity, the brutality of racism, and the present-day challenges. He challenges readers to ‘leave behind the compromised Christianity that makes its peace with racism” and offers ways ‘to live out Christ’s call to a courageous faith. ”

Send an email to BlackCaucus@FHCpresb.org to receive a invitation to this discussion.

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