Elder Activists for Social Justice
Community Conversation

Third Thursday of each month
9:00 – 10:30 am PT / 12:00 – 1:30 pm ET

We participate together over Zoom video conferencing in a lightly-facilitated, educational and interactive conversation. We have time to deep dive into our topics using an Elder and social justice lens…always provocative, meaningful and community-oriented.

We began over three years ago by looking at issues related to racism, white privilege, wealth inequality and Islamophobia, and have recently studied Native peoples’ history, reconciliation and the moral voice of an Elder. Each month’s topic grows from the previous month’s and the interests of those attending.

Approximately two weeks before each meeting we may post resources about our subject which include relevant readings, videos, articles, and introspective questions. Our meeting format is participatory, and everyone has a chance to interact and share.

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All Are Welcome!


Our next EASJ Community Conversation will be on
Thursday, November 21
9:00 – 10:30 am PT / 12:00 – 1:30 pm ET


OUR ONGOING ACTIONS TO STOP THE SEPARATION OF IMMIGRANT FAMILIES AT THE BORDER

In November we broaden our monthly conversation to explore how we can expand the visibility and effect of our participation, as elders, in influencing immigration policy in the US.  What more do we need to explore in order to understand the consequences of our government’s current policies and practices? How do those policies and practices need to change?

Here is a link to the list we’ve created for actions to take to create positive social justice change.


How to join the conversation:

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Instructions and access to Zoom conferencing

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