Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Workshop on APRIL 27 & 28: Understanding White Privilege

You are cordially invited to join members of the First Unitarian Church’s Anti-Racism Working Group to explore the issue of white privilege in our everyday lives and our society.

Join us for a respectful, probing examination of white privilege and its consequences for all of us—black, white, brown, yellow, red or in-between.

Led by Wilburn Hayden, Jr., PA's Social Worker of the year for 2006, PhD, ACSW, CMSW and SCWM, an accomplished facilitator workshop leader, this session will take place

FRIDAY, April 27 6 to 8 p.m.—Panel: Up Close and Personal—Shared experiences

SATURDAY, April 28 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Sessions covering: History, Definition of white privilege, discussion of racial, social and economic injustice and the often invisible role of white privilege, dismantling white privilege—taking action as a community

First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh, corner of Ellsworth and Morewood in Shadyside, Friday 4/27 6 p.m. (light supper included), Saturday 4/28 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (breakfast and lunch included). Fees: $10 to cover food and materials ($5 for students)

ALL WELCOME! Please RSVP for planning materials and meals. EMAIL: jjwmlr@earthlink.net or call 412-441-3586
Wilburn is a great and will do a wonderful job in this role.
Mark Rauterkus and Wilburn Hayden, Ph.D. from people & vips.

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