November 10, 2018 @ 8:45 am – 3:00 pm
St. Joseph Parish
732 18th Ave. E.
Donation $25 includes lunch

The Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center invites you to “Building the Beloved Community: Racism & Beyond” presented by Patricia Chappell, SNDdeN, Executive Director, and Anne Louise Nadeau, SNDdeN, Program Director, of Pax Christi USA.

Many people of faith are concerned about racism in America today.

  • Where do we start? What can we do?
  • What is “white privilege” and its role in society today?
  • How can we respond to the systemic nature of racism in our politics, economy, public education and criminal justice system?

Learn what you can do!

Register online by Nov. 2 at www.ipjc.org/belovedcommunity or call 206.223.1138. Donation $25 includes lunch.

Sponsored by Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center.


Patricia Chappell, SNDdeN – Executive Director of Pax Christi USA. Sr. Patty was trained by crossroads in anti-racism training and organizing and was the president of the National Black Sisters’ Conference from 1996-2001.
Anne Louise Nadeau, SNDdeN – Program Director of Pax Christi USA. Previously she ministered at My Sister’s Place Women Center, a day center for women and children experiencing homelessness in Baltimore City, Maryland.

Srs. Patty & Anne Louise Co-Chair the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur USA’s National Anti-Racism Team.

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