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Bringing Head, Heart, Hands and Spirit to Social Change Work
November 13 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm ESTFree
Join these two deeply spiritual women as they talk with one another and with the gathered group about how their spirituality influences their activism. Learn from a pastor and a dancer – both spiritually attuned and alive – about bringing head, heart, hands and spirit to the hard work of dismantling racism, caring for a planet in peril, educating young people, embracing justice for all, and promoting Black Lives Matter. Honest, open, sensitive, and inclusive, Miss Lani and Rev. Sarah will share from their hearts and will invite you into the conversation. Bring thoughts, feelings, questions, and your own experiences of integrating spirit and activism. All welcome.
Thulani Davis is Director of Programming, Spectrum in Motion Dance Theater Ensemble in Hartford, CT and is a millennial activist working on struggles for women’s rights, quality education for all children, and civil rights and civil liberties for all. Miss Thulani has recently been appointed to the Northampton, MA Arts Council.
Rev. Sarah Buteux is Co-Pastor at First Churches, Northampton, MA and Founder of Common Ground, a farm-to-table dinner church.