Institutional Racism: Everywhere, Except my Congregation (Learn and Lead: Race to Justice #3)
Recorded from October 15, 2020
Session three explores how racism can be built into institutions and cultures even in spite of the good intentions of the members of those institutions and cultures. You will learn how this has happened and how to work to address it.
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Recording Expires: December 15, 2020
Feel my Pain: Silence the Insult to Injury
Recorded from September 29, 2020
This panel discussion was held to create awareness, build acceptance and take action to address racism in our congregations, communities and with one another.
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Recording Expires: November 4, 2020
Systemic Racism: It Works the Way it was Designed (Learn and Lead: Race to Justice #2)
Recorded from October 1, 2020
Session two will help you understand what systemic racism is. You will learn why it is so complex and thus difficult to address.
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Recording Expires: December 1, 2020
Loss, Grief and Pastoral Care during COVID-19
Recorded workshop from September 23, 2020
The year 2020 has taken a toll on many people of faith - some are experiencing many layers of frustration, isolation, and even grief. For those impacted by death or hospitalization, related to the pandemic or not, this season can feel particularly overwhelming. How do you provide pastoral care to those who are hurting the most as they try to make sense out of their experience? Parkview Chaplaincy Director Patrick Riecke talks loss, grief, pastoral care and COVID, and responds to your specific questions about how to provide care during this unusual time.
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Recording Expires: October 23, 2020
Race is Fake; Racism is Real (Learn and Lead: Race to Justice #1)
Recorded from September 17, 2020
In session one, you will learn the underlying definitions and distinctions between race and racism. You will also learn how racism shows up in various personal and societal ways.
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Recording Expires: November 17, 2020
Congregational Change through Human Centered Design
Recorded from September 10, 2020
All congregations are faced with dramatic change right now. Because of the pandemic and various social factors, we all need to think about new ways of engaging our communities. This live online event is an introduction to Human-Centered Design, a methodology for solving tough problems through creativity, empathy, and iteration. Victoria Sun Esparza, founder and CEO of In the Water Designs, will walk through the process and impact of Human-Centered Design, leaving you with a primer on how to start doing innovative work in your congregation.
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Recording Expires: October 10, 2020