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SepulvedaUU Orientation

SepulvedaUU Orientation

Hosts: Lisa Bailey*, PIA Coordinator, and Janet Landau, SepulvedaUU PIA Chapter Organizer & Liaison
When: 2:00 pm PT Saturday, February 24, 2024
Where: Private Residence, Fill Out Form Below to Sign Up

Please bring your curiosity, your passion, and your justice-seeking selves! We will have a robust discussion and answer questions on topics including but not limited to:

  1. WHO the heck is PIA?
  2. WHY is PIA different from other interfaith groups?
  3. HOW can we make an impact?
  4. WHAT can we do to make a difference, and what is collective liberation?
  5. WHERE is it safe / appropriate to ask questions about social justice issues?

*Lisa Bailey has been an antiracist activist since she complied with a request to read Malcolm X’s autobiography by her Black friends in 1990. As she began her journey into re-learning the truth about our history in the United States of America and correcting the narrative, it became painfully obvious how little she knew, as a young “white” woman who grew up in homogenized Montana, now living in NYC. Inspired to voraciously read and learn how to be part of the solution and inspire others to do the same, Lisa has been involved in training and education with such organizations as Theatre of the Oppressed NYC, The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, Center for the Study of White American Culture, Inc. and Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) National as well as local chapters (Aware-LA, White People for Racial Justice, SURJ Las Vegas, SURJ NYC). She was also one of the founding Board members of the now dismantled organization of Los Angeles County’s UU Congregations and individuals for social justice, JUUSTICE LA. Lisa is married to SepulvedaUU’s minister, Gordon Clay Bailey, MDiv, and is a consultant as the Advocacy Manager for Axis Advocacy, a point of care Sickle Cell Disease non-profit organization.

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