Noticing Patterns of Oppression Working Group Workshop March 9, 2019
Dear Friends -
At Sessions this summer, we charged Ministry & Counsel with coming up with a process to name people to help us notice when and how we are enacting patterns of oppression. The Noticing Patterns Working Group is clear that we need time together to build the skills of noticing these patterns and sharing that noticing in ways that invite people in, build community, and help us move towards more justice and God-centered ways of being. We are hosting a day-long workshop on Saturday, March 9th at Wellesley Friends Meeting (MA) from 10-3 and hope you can join us! The workshop will be a chance to learn about and experiment with the practice the Working Group has developed, gain skills for talking about patterns of oppression, and connect with other Friends who want to help move our shared work forward. All Friends are welcome, if you are new to social justice work or have been doing it for a long time; teens and adults most welcome. Child care will be provided if you let us know in advance (see below).

Please consider encouraging others from your meeting to attend.


Thanks,
Noticing Patterns Working Group
Polly Attwood, Lorena Boswell, Lisa Graustein, & Becky Jones

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