Reformation in Milwaukee: Is It Possible?
November 30 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presenting Reginald Jackson’s talk: “The Hidden Impact of Segregation in Milwaukee.”
The American Black Holocaust Museum’s Head Griot Reggie Jackson has lit up Milwaukee with his dynamic presentation, “The Hidden Impact of Segregation in Milwaukee.” On Thursday, November 30th, Mr. Jackson will offer his presentation to light a fire of conversation and action in the Lutheran churches and beyond!
All are welcome to attend this event! (A second event, planned for the Spring of 2018, will be scheduled on a day and time that better fits the needs of those unavailable on weekday mornings.)
In addition, we are also encouraging the rostered leaders in the Greater Milwaukee Synod to come to this first event, and bring their staff or other congregation members. In this way, this first event can lead to further conversations that will engage more people for the event next spring.
The ultimate goal is to continue working together so that our churches can be seeds for healing, in a fractured society.
This free event lasts from 10:00 am – Noon; you are invited to stay for an optional discussion over lunch from Noon to 1:00 pm. Bring your own lunch, or pre-order a box lunch when you register below.
Please register using the button below, to help us plan for this event. Registration includes payment options if you are ordering lunch (there is no charge for the talk.)
Registration closes on Sunday, November 27th.