Building Beloved Community
Who We Are
7/24 “What on Earth is Beloved Community?”
8/28 “What do we value – as individuals, as UUs?”
BBCA survey link: https://bit.ly/BBCAinterestsurvey
“My. Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies” by Resmaa Menakem. Join us first and third Thursdays of the month for 8 sessions 7:00-8:30 p.m. starting in January. Register here: https://chaliceuu.breezechms.com/form/e27f2d
Movie Discussion Nights:
Best of Enemies, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Giving Voice, Do the Right Thing, Black Panther, Real Women Have Curves
‘This is America: Racism and Popular Culture’
Our beloved member, Ayanna Gaines, will be teaching a 4-week long class called “This is America: Racism and Popular Culture.” This class will examine racism through the lens of 20th and 21st century popular culture, looking at such artifacts as television shows, books, fashion, social media, and music videos.
This class will be held on Saturdays from 3-5pm starting March 12th via Zoom. Feel free to join any class session that fits your schedule, or take all four! This is exclusively for the members and friends of Chalice
Registration Link here: https://bit.ly/
Ayanna Gaines has been an academic librarian since 1999, and is currently working as Student Success Librarian at Woodbury University in Burbank. She has been a member of the Midwest Popular Culture Association since 2004. She earned her BA in English and American Literature from Brown University, and her Masters in Library and Information Science from Dominican University in River Forest, IL. She is active on Twitter at @PopCulLibrn and slightly less so on Instagram at @againeslibrarian. You can also find her on Facebook.
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