Jan. 14-16 West Coast Gathering for UU People of Color

Organized by Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries (DRUMM)

Sustenance for the Journey: Growing Spiritually Centered, Culturally Affirming Communities of Healing and Liberation

Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries is one of the organizations for people of color/Latina/Latino within Unitarian Universalism. We come together to share our hopes and express our concerns at this critical juncture in our faith when we are struggling to enter a more multicultural future. This gathering is a chance to be together with other people of color/Latina/Latino who also are Unitarian Universalist—to worship together, to share food and dreams, to strategize and learn about issues of concern to our communities within the larger frame of the Unitarian Universalist Association.

DRUUMM Identity Caucuses Include: African Descent, Asian/Pacific Islander, First Peoples, Latino/a, Womyn of Color, Queer People of Color, Youth and Young Adults, Multi-Racial Family and Transracial Adoptees. Caucuses allow people of a simiar experience to meet in a safe space to share deep and powerful stories about struggle.

Friday, Jan 14-Sunday, Jan 16 2011
First Unitarian Church of Oakland
685 14th St. at Castro

Flyer with registration information: DRUUMM Western Regional Gathering Flyer