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Rosh Chodesh Racial Justice Review of: Patrisse Cullors’ “An Abolitionist’s Handbook”

Hosted By: Keeping It Sacred (KITS)

Rosh Chodesh is the celebration of the new month. And over the next six months, our Rosh Chodesh Racial Justice Review series will take time to explore 12 Steps to Changing Yourself and the World: An Abolitionist’s Handbook by Patrisse Cullors. Each month, we will discuss two chapters of this work which will simultaneously address transforming our inner personal lives and also the institutional infrastructures of injustice around us.

3pm PT / 6pm ET,

3/3, 4/2, 5/8, 5/31, 6/30 and 7/28

No experience necessary. All are welcome!

Keeping It Sacred programs are FREE for all because we uphold the value of keruv/accessibility; voluntary financial contributions to help offset the cost of these programs and are greatly appreciated.

Please note that the gathering begins at 3pm PT. We enjoy participation from friends all over the world, so please adjust your time zone accordingly. If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to Rabbi Miller: rabbimiller@keepingitsacred.com.

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