Fair Housing Event (ARJ zoom)

Friday, April 9th, 8:00 p.m.

Zoned Out: Who Gets to Live in Suburbs of Boston

Union Church Advocates for Racial Justice .

April is Fair Housing Month. To mark the occasion, the UCW Advocates for Racial Justice are hosting a congregational conversation. Just what does fair housing mean? Have you ever thought about why you live where you do? Or about the unseen forces that led you there, or kept you from living somewhere else? What about the people you don’t see around you? These are the questions we’ll ponder in small groups on Friday, April 9th, 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. Please come! Everyone and all ages are welcome.

Not your usual Zoom meeting, we are privileged to have Rev. Devlin Scott, Lead Pastor of NewCity Church and Co-Chair of the Newton Interfaith Clergy Association, frame and moderate our conversation. No preparation necessary, but you might appreciate reading Rev. Howard Haywood’s Newton TAB piece, The Character of the Neighborhood in Newtonville (1/21/15), beforehand, or perhaps reviewing the recent Newton-related “Did you know…?” pieces. Kathleen has compiled them here—Did you know…?—Newton and Fair Housing—and added some more resources. For more information about the event, contact Frank Laski or Kathleen Hobson.

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Meeting ID: 897 0175 8550
Passcode: 332965