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The History of Whiteness in the Church

This six-week virtual cohort examines the entrenchment and impact of white supremacy in American Christianity, fostering critical dialogue and exploration. Participants gain a comprehensive understanding of historical and contemporary dynamics, empowering them to grow and transform their communites.

The History of Whiteness in the Church
The History of Whiteness in the Church

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Nov 06, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM EST

Zoom

About the event

Welcome to the six-week virtual cohort exploring the embeddedness and effect of white supremacy in American Christianity. This transformative program aims to delve deep into the complex interplay between white supremacy and the Christian faith in the United States. Through rigorous study, critical analysis, and open dialogue, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the historical, social, and theological dynamics that have shaped this relationship.

During this cohort, we will explore the ways in which white supremacy has been intertwined with American Christianity, examining its historical roots, manifestations, and ongoing influence. We will analyze how white supremacy has shaped Christian institutions, doctrines, worship practices, and social engagement, exploring its impact on issues such as racial segregation, racialized theology, missionary work, social justice activism, and more.

Led by expert facilitators, the cohort will employ an interdisciplinary approach, drawing on theology, history, sociology, and critical race theory. Weekly sessions will consist of interactive lectures, engaging discussions, multimedia presentations, and small-group activities. Participants will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals, fostering a supportive community that encourages open and respectful dialogue.

By the end of this cohort, participants can expect to have a nuanced understanding of the historical and contemporary dynamics of white supremacy in American Christianity. They will gain tools for critically analyzing and challenging white supremacist structures within their own faith communities, while also exploring ways to actively promote racial justice and inclusivity. This cohort aims to empower participants to become agents of change, fostering a more equitable and anti-racist expression of Christianity.

Join us on this transformative journey as we confront the complex realities of white supremacy within American Christianity, interrogate its influence, and work towards a more inclusive and just future. Together, we can build a community that embodies the values of equality, love, and compassion, free from the shackles of racial oppression

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  • Redistribution Rate

    $325.00

    +$8.13 service fee

    For those who have financially benefited the most from the current system OR those who are willing to pay more in order to support others in need of assistance toward the cost of registration. examples of how this might show up for you: I own my home, and possibly multiple properties Someone else paid or pays my rent/mortgage/down payment I have savings, investments, and/or retirement accounts I own or lease a luxury brand car or multiple cars I have or will inherit significant wealth

    $325.00

    +$8.13 service fee

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  • Full Rate

    $225.00

    +$5.63 service fee

    For those with sufficient financial resources who can pay fair value for the experience. Examples of how this might show up for you: Paying for the cohort might require some budgeting, but it wouldn’t prevent me from meeting my basic needs. I own my home/property or rent a higher-end property I have or might inherit some money or property in my lifetime (less than $100k) My friends and family could provide support in times of financial need or transitions I can afford to take an annual vacay

    $225.00

    +$5.63 service fee

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  • Solidarity Rate

    $125.00

    +$3.13 service fee

    For those with limited financial resources who will benefit from access supplemented by community. Examples of how this might show up for you: I may stress about meeting my basic needs but still regularly achieve them I sometimes financially help my family or origin or chosen family for basic living expenses I may have some debt but it does not prohibit attainment of basic needs I am employed, I have access to health care I rent my home or live with my family I have moderate debt & budget my $

    $125.00

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