Elders for Social Justice – Curious Listening Initiative
Oct 21 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am PDT
Third Thursday of each month
9:00 – 10:30 am PT / 12:00 – 1:30 pm ET
Elders for Social Justice continues our study of Policing in America so members can intelligently participate in their local city and state’s efforts to provide safe, just and supportive environments for all their residents and all communities.
On October 21 we review and discuss Lesson 3 of the ACLU course, Racism in Policing. You can still register for this four-part email course by clicking on the link.
If you haven’t already registered for this series of ESJ Curious Listening Initiative meetings, you can click here to sign up. It happens on the third Thursday of each month. Once you’ve registered for the fall series, you’ll receive your unique link for joining all the meetings, and a reminder the day before each meeting through December. And there’s more.
Elders for Social Justice meets in two sessions each month, on the third and the fourth Thursdays. We call the third-Thursday series the Curious Listening Initiative and the fourth-Thursday series the Community Conversation and Action in order to dive deep into our topic and to make sure we have adequate time to listen, discuss and take action. We hope you’ll join us for both series.
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Please register in advance for this meeting series here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Recordings of past meetings:
- September 16, 2021 – “Policing in America” series, including Lesson 1 of the ACLU course Racism in Policing
- August 19, 2021 – City and state responses to protests to police brutality and killing
- June 17, 2021 – Member conversation on the social justice significance of the past tumultuous year
- May 20, 2021 – Barbe Chambliss on her book Women Peacemakers: What We Can Learn From Them
- April 15, 2021 – Hope Frye on living conditions for immigrant children at our southern border
- March 18, 2021 – Immigrant Children Separated from their Parents at the Border