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    in reply to: General Discussion #11180
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    July 23rd Session
    Why Are We Here?
    JUC’s Conversations on Race is here to engage in the work of racial justice as a part of our faith formation. We ask that you authentically engage in learning from where you are, unlearning what you need to unlearn, and practice self-awareness of how racism impacts who we are, your worldview, and how you engage in the world. We must first create the change within ourselves to not only to benefit our own hearts and minds but to empower us to live out that change in the greater community.

    JUC Conversations on Race Covenant (Living Document)
    I commit to:
    Challenge my assumptions
    Speak honestly and kindly
    Choose curiosity over defensiveness
    Own and work on what is mine
    Offer and receive feedback as a gift
    Monitor my needs and practice self-care and allowing others to care for themselves

    We Commit To:
    Return to right relations with one another, understanding that failure to do so will compromise our ability to continue racial justice work
    Be honest about our history and clear about our context (the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed.)
    Understand the impact over the intention
    Honor individual privacy and collective learning: share others’ stories only with explicit consent
    Listen to one another with open minds and open hearts & give and accept feedback with open minds and open hearts

    Group Reflection Questions:
    What is it like for you when you experience discomfort centered around race or racism? Describe how your body responds? What happens with your thoughts? Can you name your emotional experience?

    What does or could potentially motivate you to stay engaged despite discomfort? How do you tend to your body in discomfort? How can you notice the discomfort and stay motivated?

    Taking it Home:
    Find an accountability partner(s)
    Read a book together and discuss
    Watch a video or movie and discuss
    Continue the conversation on race
    Have Check-ins: what have you been thinking or feeling about since the meeting
    Continued Reflection: When is the first time you recognized your own race- being white compared to not being white? What was that experience like?

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