Jan 20: Summit Against Racism

The 20th annual Summit Against Racism is a one-day conference dedicated to examining the state of race relations in the U.S. and to building pathways to deeper understanding, healing, and social action. 

The theme of this year’s conference, chosen by volunteer organizers, is “The Struggle Continues: Healing Trauma, Building Community, and Inspiring Action”.

Donate food or a gift card to help feed our attendees. Contact summitagainstracism@gmail.com

This event is a multicultural initiative of The Black & White Reunion and is hosted by Metro-Urban Institute at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

The Summit is a day for open dialogue and generating ideas to move the Pittsburgh region forward into a place we can be proud to call home. The workshops address current and emerging challenges facing our region and nation.

This gathering is an effort to build Pittsburgh’s most important bridges, the bridges that span our relationships and strengthen the justice movement in our steel city.

8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (616 N. Highland Avenue, 15206).  More information and online registration at summitagainstracism.org .

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