A Faithful Conversation on Race and Housing
Our City’s future is counting on faith leaders to help find solutions.
Were you able to attend the first Living in My Skin – A Faithful Conversation on Anti-Racism on Oct. 5? It provided powerful insights from Black San Antonians about their lived reality with stories all faith leaders need to hear and to share.
We were challenged to continue the conversation and ISAA is taking the next step by learning more about the issue of affordable housing through the lens of race. Please invite others from your congregation to attend. We’ll hear from the Living in My Skin panel and brainstorm how to empower our congregations and community.
I look forward to hearing from you to confirm your presence at this vital conversation. email@example.com
- Living in My Skin – A Faithful Conversation on Race & Housing
- November 30, 11:30-1:30 ($12 for lunch)
- Laurel Heights United Methodist Church, 227 W. Woodlawn, SATX, 78212