Unity Atlanta is hosting a six-week study starting July 28th aimed at examining contemporary issues of racism and spiritual contemplation. Register by July 22nd to firstname.lastname@example.org.Open to the public, the study will use the book "Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around” a compilation of essays by Spiritual Directors of Color, edited by Therese Taylor-Stinson.
Over the six weeks, topics will be discussed such as "Gender Inequality & Multi-Faith Conversation" and "Prepare your Heart for Social Justice & Contemplation in Action."
Rev. Jennifer Sacks of Unity Atlanta says "We offer this class as an invitation for people to shift perspectives, to deepen understanding and to realize there is more in our experience that connects us than we realize. Our society creates rules that shun and exclude people, but one of our core values at Unity is inclusion. We can connect much better with one another when we realize our experience and the experience of others is not one and the same. This class lets us look deeper into ourselves as we hear other’s experiences and strengthen the bonds of our community."