THE QUIET REBEL PRESENTS AN EVENING OF CONVERSATION WITH WOMEN AT INTERFAITH MINISTRIES (February 29)
My friend Tracie Jae of The Quiet Rebel is gathering together 100 women (yours truly included!) on Saturday, February 29 from 5:30-7:30pm for a grace-filled, guided dinner dialogue on race & culture in an event called “100 Voices: Women's Dinner Dialogue on Race & Culture.” “100 Voices” will take place at Interfaith Ministries, an organization that is well aware of how dialogues and dinners can bring about tremendous healing. There will be ten tables of ten women and the vision is to offer a safe space for a difficult conversation about race and culture. The goal is not agreement and consensus but rather mutual respect and understanding. So often our discussions on these subjects happen in a vacuum and we recycle our same understanding without hearing from others who may see the world through a different lens. Minds will be opened and hearts will connect!
Each table will have a Leader to guide and a Scribe to capture the conversation. Confirmed Table Leaders are Liz Austin-Peterson, April Bernard, Bethany Boucher, Andrea Harrell, Reda Marie Hicks, Tracie Jae, Raveen Johnson, Secunda Joseph, Amanda Powers. Confirmed Table Scribes are Liza Naomi Abrams, Monette Chilson, Casey Fleming, Debra Graugnard, Kelli King-Jackson, Birgit Langhammer, Monica Roberts, Roxanne Werner.
Dinner is curated by Chef Rae of The Savory Experience. Tickets are $50/each and there are $275 sponsorships as well as donation opportunities available; for tickets and more info, please click here. I hope to see you or your women friends there!