Lutze B. Segu, MSW
Becoming Anti-Racist: workshop for UU Miami members/friends and for community members
Saturdays, September 19 and 26, 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
We are in the middle of a global pandemic, which is intersecting with white supremacy, which is also a global pandemic. Premature Black death has been on full display all summer long. People are taking to the streets, and making bold demands. To adequately meet this moment of transformative change and possibility, we all must engage with political education and cultivate an antiracist practice. In this two-part three-hour antiracist series, we will gather together to be transformed and to deepen and enhance our antiracist ethic and practice. This work will be done through a Black feminist lens.
This session will cover the fundamentals of racism, introduce you to an antiracist framework, invite you to interrogate your relationship with white supremacy. If you are interested in learning how to disrupt, dismantle, and divest from white supremacy, please join me. Both sessions will have pre-readings.
You can learn more about me by visiting my website lutzesegu.com or following me on Instagram @socialjusticedoula where I engage in public feminist discourse and consciousness- raising.
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LUTZE B. SEGU is a native of Miami and a first-generation Haitian-American. Lutze holds a Masters in Social Work and for the past five years she has been practicing social work that is rooted in Black Feminism, Queer Theory, and Critical Race Theory. She is also an activist, writer, curator of sociopolitical spaces, organizer, and social justice practitioner.
Seats limited: please register in advance to save your spot!
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.