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Let Us "Breathe" Together: A BIPOC Common Read Discussion Gathering
The UUA’s Multicultural Ministries and Lifespan Faith Engagement offices are partnering to create a BIPOC gathering space to discuss Breathe: A Letter to My Sons, by Imani Perry, as part of the UU Common Read for 2020-21. The four-week program begins on May 4, 2021.

Participants who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color may register for the online group, which will meet for 90 minutes on all four Tuesdays in May at 6 pm (Eastern). Please register with intent to commit to the series of meetings.

The Common Read discussion materials for Breathe were written by Rayla B. Mattson, a Unitarian Universalist religious educator and writer who is Black and the mother of three, including her teenage son. Discussion materials include two tracks: a set of guides to be used by any UU group for either one meeting or three, and a parallel set for exclusively BIPOC groups.

The first session of the upcoming BIPOC-only group will be co-facilitated by Mattson and Michael Crumpler, UUA Director of Multicultural Ministries. The subsequent meetings will follow the three-session discussion program for a BIPOC-only group.
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