400 Years of Inequality’s Spring Symposium: Part One
In this video, we hear from observance organizers on their experiences hosting place-based events, reflect on Reverend Barber’s sermon at The Riverside Church, and looked at how to apply his “seven sins” to understand the ecology of inequality as it was created through history – and how it is present in America today. You can download the annotated workbook with Reverend Barber’s speech at 400yearsofinequality.org/resources
400 Years of Inequality’s Spring Symposium: Part Two
Part 2 focuses on Finding What We’re FOR and Building a People’s Platform for Equity. Building on what we have learned from organizing place-based observances in 2019 and using the process of Collective Recovery, participants will learn to transform their fears and hopes for their communities into meaningful actions for a just future.