On November 14, 350 people registered for this Love Resists webinar (details below). It case you missed it, the resources shared can also be found below.
Thank you for attending or signing up for “Love Resists Criminalization: Mass Incarceration, Deportation, and Surveillance Today.” You were among 350 people who registered! If you were not able to attend, or if you’d like to share it with others, you can now download both the video and the audio.
We’re excited to be part of building a strong movement among UUs with frontline community organizers, following the leadership of those most impacted, to expand the notion of sanctuary and resist criminalization that is driving mass incarceration and deportation.
You can view the webinar here, or download audio to listen on your devices here.
Here are the brand-new resources that we mentioned on the call:
Love Resists Guide for a Deeper Resistance – Four sessions for small group study or workshops
Love Resists Worship Service Materials – Ways to bring Love Resists into your worship services
Getting Started with Love Resists – Introductory resources for starting a team, developing community partnerships, and building your campaign.
If you would like to use any of these materials to bring Love Resists to your group or congregation, please mark your calendar to join us for a follow-up conversation and discussion on anti-oppressive facilitation models on November 28 at 1 pm ET.
Join through this zoom link – https://uusc.zoom.us/j/6173014368
Or by phone: 408 638 0968, Meeting ID: 617 301 4368.
We are here to support you in this work as well so please feel free to reach out!
Additionally, don’t forget to learn more about the incredible organizations represented on the webinar through their websites: Mijente, Muslim Justice League, Dignity in Schools, Center for Ethical Living and Social Justice Renewal, and the Queer Detainee Empowerment Project.
Hannah Hafter, Susan Leslie, and the Love Resists Team