Black women with deep roots in Minnesota will share personal stories of their day-to-day experience of what it takes to survive the mainstream white supremacist culture. Brown and white feminists are invited to witness and resonate, to reflect, and to consider our own privilege and how we can put it to use.
Are you willing to be uncomfortable for an evening?
Are you ready to witness the Minnesotan experience through the stories of women who do not walk with white privilege?
The privilege and power that comes with being white in a white supremacist culture has a profound effect on our friends and neighbors – even when we don’t condone it, even when we don’t mean to, even when we have the very best of intentions.
We understand these concepts intellectually, and maybe sometimes emotionally, but it’s a rare opportunity to hear in depth and honesty how the pervasive racism in Minnesota plays out day to day in real women’s lives.
Please join us for a powerful afternoon of truth telling. Bring your good intentions, your best open heart, and your honest desire to see a change. Real cultural change will happen one person, one heart, one action at a time.