Frank conversations on race will be the focus of “White Privilege,”a free adult education series at the First Church in Oberlin United Church of Christ.
Sessions will be held from 6:45-7:45 p.m. on Wednesdays.
“Autobiographies Told through the Lens of Race” will be held on Feb. 8, 15, and 22.
“The Cash Value of Whiteness” will run through March and mid-April. “How the Criminal Justice System Advantages Whites” will be March 8; “How Education Advantages Whites” will be March 15; “How Housing Practices Advantage Whites” will be March 22; “How Income and Wealth Disparities Advantage Whites” will be April 5; and “How the Medical and Health Industries Advantage Whites” will be April 19.
A half-day retreat on “Becoming an Ally” will be held on April 29.
Download a study guide at http://privilege.uccpages.org.
For more information, call First Church at 440-775-1711.
The series is co-sponsored by the Oberlin College office of religious and spiritual life.