Senior Minister, Marble Collegiate Church
Racial Justice: Learning Pathway - Online
If you would like to learn more about racial justice, what some of the often-used terminology means, such as what is meant by things like systemic racism and white privilege, or why is there such a focus on mass incarceration and policing, consider participating in the Learning Pathway. This path will include time for you to bring your own questions and experiences to the conversation in a safe environment. If you’d like to participate in this, we ask you to read or watch the movie, Just Mercy. It is the story of Bryan Stevenson, who after graduating from Harvard Law, moved to Alabama to work with those who can’t afford proper legal representation. It’s a powerful story. We’ll then meet to discuss what insights we gained or questions we have. Led by Dr. Michael Bos and Dr. Elise Brown.
Racial Justice: Learning and Action
From wherever you are in your understanding of and commitment to racial justice, we invite you to join with us at Marble as we continue to learn, grow and act on this important issue. We are forging two pathways that will diverge from and converge with each other, but will create space for all people, each of us, and encourage us from wherever we are in our own understanding of and commitment to racial justice. This will then help shape Marble's commitment to working on racial justice as a congregation from a place of faith and discipleship.
For more information, contact Mike Thurlow.
Dr. Michael Bos
Rev. J. Elise Brown, Ph.D.
Executive Minister, Marble Collegiate Church