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January 2015
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UPCOMING EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS
We Still Have A Dream: End Racism
January 18, 2015, All Day

As co-founder of Trinity Church Boston's Anti-Racism 

Team, it's exciting January 18, 2015 is finally upon us! 

 

A sub-committee of my team has been hard at work creating the first ever Ann Berry Bonnyman Symposium to honor the legacy of Trinity's first female rector. The Trinity Anti-Racism Team was commissioned under Ann's leadership and this is our first Symposium living into her dream of racial reconciliation and healing.

 

If you're looking for a way to wake up to the current reality of racial injustice and deepen your understanding of structural racism then come to Trinity Church this Sunday, January 18th. 

 

The day begins with Sermon's by Bishop Michael Curry at 9 and 11:15am with a forum led by Tim Wise in between both services.  From 1:30-4:30pm, an afternoon educational symposium includes a keynote address by Marion Wright Edelman (Children's Defense Fund) and panelists: Reverend Liz Walker, Debby Irving (author and educator), Tim Wise (author and activist) and Bishop Michael Curry (author) as well as music, reflection and personal commitments time.

 

Click here for additional details. 

Words to Actions: 

From the Front Lines of the Anti-Racist Movement

Thursday, January 22, 2015 6-8pm

 

Madeline will be speaking on a panel with other local white anti-racist activists (Debby IrvingPatti DeRosa, Jennifer Yanco, Seth Kirshenbaum)

The event is sponsored by Haymarket People's Fund and Community Change. We will be exploring the role white people play in racial justice work to educate, agitate and support Black Lives Matter and all racial movement building work.

I hope to see you all at these events.


 

Happy New Year,

Madeline

Leadership
Embodiment Workshop
March 21-22, 2015
Madeline has been leading these workshops with a lot of interest and success. These two days are designed to teach you how to manage stress and pressure using the body. This work is designed for those interested in healing trauma, leadership development and understanding how the body can support and lead the mind. Click here for details. 
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