White Womxn as Accomplices for Racial Justice

Honoring Women’s History Month, this service encourage reflection on issues and actions related to intersectionality, feminism as a movement for gender equity, and the crucial role White people can and must take to achieve racial justice and build the Beloved Community.

Education and Training Consultant Marlene Pray, MEd, is a community organizer, mother, ordained priestess, racial justice activist, and social justice sexuality educator and trainer. Among her many professional and community service activities, she has led hundreds of workshops and training sessions, locally, nationally and internationally, on youth empowerment/engagement, rites of passage, sexuality education, anti-racism, LGBTQA+ rights, and social justice. She worships, organizes and collaborates regularly with the BuxMont Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, particularly with its Peace and Justice Committee, and has on numerous occasions been a featured guest speaker at the Buxmont Fellowship.

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