Spiritual Survival as a BIPOC or Ally: Keeping It 100 in Your Spiritual Community
Suppose you are Black, Indigenous, or a person of color (BIPOC) and seek membership in a congregation or spiritual community where few people look like you. In other words, you are a BIPOC in a majority-White space. This class teaches you how to be a fully participating member and live fully into your chosen spiritual identity. It guides you how to be an ally to BIPOCs within a diverse spiritual community.
We ground this class in the spiritual tradition called Unitarian Universalism and based on The Black UU Survival Guide. The class is specially crafted for people who consider themselves “Spiritual But Not Religious” (SBNR) or those who practice spirituality beyond traditional religion.
This course guaranteed you to learn spiritual survival as a BIPOC or ally and how to keep it 100 in your spiritual community.
Blessings and peace,
Facilitator: Xolani Kacela, Ph.D.
Cell: +1 (919) 949-2002