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United Theological Seminary

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January 14 - January 17
  • 14
    14.January.Friday

    Virtual Event: Trauma Across Generations

    12:00 PM
    January 14, 2022

    Rev. Karen Hutt, Vice President for Student and Community Engagement, sends along information about an upcoming virtual event in the community. “Trauma Across Generations” will be hosted by the Center for Practice Transformation on January 14, 2022. It is free to attend and will increase awareness of the link between historical and/or intergenerational trauma and challenges in effectively engaging in the African American community. The webinar will explore the importance of being aware of unintended consequences and harm that policies and traditional approaches can have on the community. Also, it will discuss practical culturally sensitive trauma informed promising practices.

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    Community: BIPOC

    7:00 PM
    January 14, 2022

    Black, Indigenous, Multiracial and People of Color (BIPOC)

    A time for reflection, resilience, and reverence. Let us build a community that sustains us joyfully. Bring your prayers, humor, love, and BIPOC passion to this place for us to “be us.”

    See this week’s Monday Morning for the Zoom meeting link. Contact Rev. Karen Hutt for more information.

  • 15
    15.January.Saturday

    Workshop: Exploring Redemption, Reparations, and Repentance

    10:30 AM
    January 15, 2022
    Alum Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam, currently working on his PhD in Social Ethics at Union, will be speaking this weekend as part of an MLK event sponsored by Westminster Presbyterian Church and Liberty. Anthony will be talking about “the social ecology that inspires, justifies, ignores, rewards and excuses extralegal violence against AfroAmericans after Emancipation.” See the link below for full details.

    https://www.westminstermpls.org/2021/12/exploring-redemption-reparations-and-repentance

  • 16
    16.January.Sunday

    Worship: Exploring Redemption, Reparations, and Repentance

    All day
    January 16, 2022
    Alum Anthony Jermaine Ross-Allam, currently working on his PhD in Social Ethics at Union, will be speaking this weekend as part of an MLK event sponsored by Westminster Presbyterian Church and Liberty. Anthony will be talking about “the social ecology that inspires, justifies, ignores, rewards and excuses extralegal violence against AfroAmericans after Emancipation.” See the link below for full details.

    https://www.westminstermpls.org/2021/12/exploring-redemption-reparations-and-repentance

  • 17
    17.January.Monday

    MLK Day Event: The King Lives—Call Us What We Carry

    11:00 AM
    January 17, 2022

    Hosted by Nativity Lutheran Church, 1st Covenant Church Minneapolis, with Spoken Word Poet Joe Davis, this intergenerational virtual event will bring together speakers of all ages to re-enact segments of speeches made by a world changer of their choosing. Music and spoken word performances will also be celebrated. Watch the event here.>

    Want to be involved? Fill out of a speaker participation form.