We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest: The Urgency of Racial Equity
Sunday, August 5
The Island School
Guest Speaker Cheryl Nunez, Cedars member, and Marsha Gladhart, Worship Associate.
Cheryl Nuñez’s talk will highlight troubling evidence of systemic injustice that catalyzed the first Poor People’s Campaign in 1968 as well as the contemporary National Call for Moral Revival led by Revs. William J. Barber and Liz Theoharis. She will emphasize the need for a race-conscious approach to organizing against all forms of oppression and discuss Olympic College’s efforts to advance institutional excellence through a focus on racial equity.