Saturday, May 27
10am-5pm | First Unitarian Society
Free and open to the public
Prominent humanists of color will gather to examine various forms of social oppression (e.g. racism, sexism, xenophobia, queer-antagonism, antisemitism, etc.) and how these cultural prejudices are exploited by the right wing to reinforce the fear narrative. Speakers will look at how we may develop a new narrative, create positive solutions, and establish integrated, inclusive strategies for creating significant change.
Diane Burkholder, community organizer and anti-oppression consultant
Bobby Joe Champion, Minnesota State Senator
Sikivu Hutchinson, feminist, atheist, and author
Andrea Jenkins, oral historian, U of MN
Desiree Kane, indigenous activist and feminist
Sincere Kirabo, Social Justice Coordinator, American Humanist Association
Ashton Woods, Black Lives Matter of Houston.
Child care provided.
Lunch available with vegetarian and vegan options.
Sponsored by The Humanist Institute, the Humanist Center of MN, and First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.