Beginnings: Race and Racism in the US

with Rev. Dr. Shannon Craigo-Snell

A Virtual Workshop for Women

Tuesday, September 28th

Registration Required

In this workshop, we will discuss how racism got started in the US and how it continues in many of our societal structures. We will engage different understandings of race and racism, as well as covering important elements of US history that are often not taught in school. Finally, we will talk about spirituality and ethics in response to racism today.

Plan to learn over lunch! You can partake in your lunchtime nourishment while we expand our knowledge, understandings, and have an important conversation with Rev. Dr. Craigo-Snell and other women seekers.

Grant funding from Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and PCUSA Racial Equity & Women’s Intercultural Ministries allows us to bring you this and October 5th’s workshop with Rev. Shanea Leonard.

Complete the following Registration/Waiver to attend both or either program:

Shannon’s Bio

Rev. Dr. Shannon Craigo-Snell is professor of theology at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminar and an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). She is the author of several book, essays, and articles, including No Innocent Bystanders: Becoming an Ally in the Struggle for Justice, co-authored with Christopher Doucot.