What a week it’s been! Epiphany indeed shed light on toxic white supremacy, challenging us to go deeper in our discipleship of decolonization and racial justice.
As we prepare for our upcoming Bartimaeus Kinsler Institute 2021 online next month, we invite you to the second of two pre-Institute “stepping stone” programs: celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. this Sunday, January 17, 2021 from 3:30–4:30 PST.
In the spirit of the King holiday weekend, we will have Sarah & Jonathan Nahar, Vivien Sansour, and Linda Quiquivix on a panel to talk about how, as activists of color, they do Indigenous solidarity work. They will also connect historic patterns of U.S. settler colonialism to the contemporary experience of occupied Palestine.
Please join us for this free, hour-long program on Sunday Jan 17th, which will include readings from Martin Luther King, Jr. on native justice and music by Warren Cooper and Theo Blue.
Register here and we’ll send you the Zoom link on the morning of 1/17.
We hope to see you, and don’t forget that registration for our February 12–15, 2021 Bartimaeus Kinsler Institute is open!