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Towards Collective Liberation: Embracing an Anti-Racist Worldview with Chris Crass & Ruth Idakula
Center for Ethical Living & Social Justice Renewal
New Orleans , LA
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Towards Collective Liberation: Embracing an Anti-Racist Worldview with Chris Crass & Ruth Idakula
About lodging & accessibility: Housing at CELSJR includes a bunk in one of our dorm rooms, located upstairs, and shared with 5-10 other attendees. The CELSJR housing is only accessible to those who are able to climb stairs. Meals, worship, and other programs will be held downstairs at 1st Unitarian Universalist Church, in space that is wheelchair accessible. For those choosing lodging outside of CELSJR, recommendations for housing will be provided.

About meals: They will be delicious! And plentiful. Registration includes Friday dinner, three meals and snacks on Saturday, and Sunday breakfast. Be sure to let us know well in advance of your dietary restrictions so that we can be sure to feed you well.

About children: Childcare will be provided during Saturday sessions, and children are always welcome at all sessions. The sound of young people in our space is the sound of our movement growing!

About economic accessibility: Scholarship aid is available! Reach out with your questions and needs to Coleen at CELSJRNOLA@gmail.com

About volunteering: As we spend the weekend together building community, all of us will be asked to take a role in the set up and clean up of meals. Additional volunteer assistance would be awesome - with airport rides, registration, childcare, etc. - so reach out to us if you have some energy to spare for additional support of the event!

The full and detailed schedule of the weekend is in the works, but here are some basics you can plan for as you make your travel arrangements:

Friday, September 21
4-6 PM Welcome & Registration
6 PM Dinner
7 Pm Opening Celebration
8 - 10 PM Community Sing with Wendi Moore-O'Neal

Saturday, September 22
8 - 9 AM Breakfast
*Childcare provided from 9:30 AM until 8 PM with breaks for lunch and dinner*
9:30 AM Morning Worship
Plan to be engaged all day and evening, with breaks for lunch and dinner!
Final strategy session will wrap up at 8 PM
8 PM Vernal Equinox Labyrinth Walk

Sunday, September 23
8 - 9 AM Breakfast
9 AM Closing Circle
10:30 AM Sunday Church Service at 1st UU (optional)
1-3 PM Hidden History Walking Tour of French Quarter, $30 additional payable onsite

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Center for Ethical Living & Social Justice Renewal (View)
5212 S Claiborne Ave
New Orleans , LA 70115
United States

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Minimum Age: 0
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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