Please join us for this popular annual series! Weekly Tuesday events are opportunities to take part in lively online discussions with dynamic speakers, writers, and leaders in anti-racism work.
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1 Live hours
About this program
Live Event every Tuesday, October 10 - November 28, 7:00 p.m. ET
Please join us for this popular annual series! Weekly Tuesday events
are opportunities to take part in lively online discussions with dynamic
speakers, writers, and leaders in anti-racism work.
Register for this FREE series to join us for any or all of these
events. Recordings will be available after each one, and registrants
will receive a weekly reminder e-mail.
This year’s 40 Days program also features daily stories (except on Sundays) with opportunities to learn, reflect, and act. Please sign up for the 40 Days newsletter to stay up-to-date!
Schedule of Live Events
(full details on the topic and presenters are available on the course page when you register)
Tues. Oct. 10/Mardi 10 octobre:
The Dual Function of Genealogy and Family Lore in Cases of Race Shifting with Darryl Leroux
La double fonction de la généalogie et des traditions familiales dans les cas de changement de race avec Darryl Leroux.
This will be a bilingual event with English-French interpretation. Il s’agit d’une activité bilingue durant laquelle un service d’interprétation anglais-français sera offert.
Tues. Oct. 17
Exploring Anti-Racist and Decolonial Theologies with Jennifer Janzen-Ball, Alcris Limongi, Néstor Medina, and Becca Whitla
Tues. Oct. 24
Raising Anti-Racist Children with Heather Beamish and Mary Nichol
No event on October 31!
Tues. Nov. 7
A History of Violence: The Legacy of Environmental Racism in Canada with Ingrid Waldon
Tues. Nov. 14
NEW: Sharing Our Stories: Indigenous Identity in the Christian Church Leaders from the
Anglican Church of Canada and The United Church of Canada (The previously scheduled
event, “Countering Antisemitism Today,” is being postponed to a later date.)
Tues. Nov. 21 Intersecting Identities: Intergenerational Asian Voices
with Ibi Chuan, Hannah Kim-Cragg, Jenna Yango Leonard, and Wing Yi Wong
Tues. Nov. 28/Mardi 28 novembre:
Copyright Justice and Musical Misappropriation with members of the “Then Let Us Sing!” Working Group
This will be a bilingual event with English-French interpretation.
Each program will be recorded, and the recordings will be posted on the United Church’s YouTube channel,
as well as at the course page. Handouts and resources provided during
the live events will be stored at the course page, and accessible to all