Join this event via Zoom on Sat, Nov 7 at 11am by clicking HERE.
Intern Minister Alison Duren-Sutherland writes: “Thanks to the folks at UU Fellowship of Klamath County, Monica YellowOwl of the Klamath Tribes will hold a cultural awareness training for members and friends of the Southern Oregon UU Partnership congregations on November 7th, from 11am-1:30pm.
RVUUF’s Anti-Racism groups have generously agreed to include this training as one of their Saturday morning meetings. You can join the meeting at 11am on Saturday, November 7th via Zoom by clicking HERE. In the meantime, you can learn more about Monica and her work HERE and by watching the video found HERE.
I’m excited about this opportunity for us to come together from all the UU congregations of Southern Oregon to engage in the work of decolonization and anti-racism, in answer to the call of one of the 2020 General Assembly’s Action of Immediate Witness statements (found HERE), which asks us to ‘Research, identify, and acknowledge the Indigenous peoples historically and/or currently connected with the land occupied by congregations, and find ways to act in solidarity with or even partner with those Indigenous peoples.’
I hope you’ll join me at this training to bring this call to action from our faith into being in our community. Whatever the outcome of the election, we can continue our work as Unitarian Universalist by deepening our relationship with our indigenous neighbors.”