First Universalist Society in Franklin

5-13-17-White Supremacy

White Supremacy

This Saturday, May 13th

1 -2:30 p.m., FUSF, The Cook Room (Please enter through the side door to the RE Wing)

What to Bring: Your curiosity, your honesty, your courage

What’s this all about? Here is some helpful background info from the Black Lives of UU website:

“White supremacy” is a provocative phrase, as it conjures up images of hoods and mobs. Yet in 2017, actual “white supremacists” are not required in order to uphold white supremacist culture. Building a faith full of people who understand that key distinction is essential as we work toward a more just society in difficult political times.

For more information on what spurred this call to action, head to and click the article “Critics decry white supremacy in hiring practices.” It has become clear that, in order for us to be more effective at tackling the white supremacy beyond our walls, we must also identify ways in which systems of supremacy and inequality live within our faith and our lives.

Please attend this program.

Aoife Barrington-Haber and Jen Johnson

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