“Becoming Anti-Racist.”  Theologian Thandeka has called racism “America’s birth defect.” Today, racial discrimination is often more camouflaged and subtle than in the past, but it is still present in our communities and affects all our lives. We’ll explore how naming oppression and acknowledging its destructive effects can help us continue the work of dismantling the structures of systematic racism around us. Student Minister Bruce Beisner will lead the service.   Monthly potluck to follow service.