Racism: What Does Your Heart Say March 24 & 31 in Troy

Racism: What Does Your Heart Say March 24 & 31 in Troy

Troy, MI- The public is invited to a two-day workshop on “Racism: What Does Your Heart Say” on March 24 and 31 from 2-4 p.m. here at St. Thomas More Church.

Presenters from the Detroit Catholic Pastoral Alliance (DCPA) will be discussing “What is racism and how does it work? The powers of racism: What they are and how to recognize them, and How to use your knowledge or your privilege to speak up for someone else.”

Presenters are: John Thorne and Cleo Bradley, DCPA; Cathey DeSantis, CSJ, Sacred Heart; and Thomas Hinsberg and Connie Soma, St. Aloysius.

The event is open to the public and does not require preregistration. Light refreshments will be available. There is no charge but a freewill offering will be accepted to benefit the DCPA.

The DCPA is a non-profit religious organization of 13 parishes in the city of Detroit. For more information, see http://www.dcpasite.com/about.

The event is sponsored by the South Oakland Vicariate Justice and Peace Committee/Neighbors in Faith. See more information see Facebook: @SOVJusticeandPeace, and http://www.southoaklandvicariate.org. The Neighbors in Faith are members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Rochester Hills.

See more information at https://bit.ly/2DVr8vc.


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