Category: Racial Equity and Justice

04
Nov

Wowauonihan (Honor) All Saints

This All Saints’ Day I could not help but think of Marilyn Eberlein, a fantastic woman we were blessed to know who just recently passed away. I regularly attended the […]

12
Jul

Sacred Sites Tour Announcement

Nativity Lutheran Church and Richfield UMC are combining efforts to create understanding, learning, and dialogue between Native and non-Native peoples. Join us as we gather to immerse ourselves in Minnesota […]

20
Jun

World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day is held annually on June 20th to bring awareness to the plight of displaced humans around the globe. It is also a day to commemorate the strength and […]

19
Jun

Juneteenth

The United States has a dark history of slavery. Sadly, this is a topic that is seldom discussed. Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States, is […]

30
May

CLNE Partnership and Gala Invitation

The Racial Equity & Justice Ministry (REJM) at Nativity is proud to announce that the Center for Leadership & Neighborhood Engagement (CLNE) has been approved as a Mission Partner of […]

06
May

Rev. Kelly Sherman-Conroy to Speak at Local Series

Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church is partnering with Minnesota Council of Churches to present a three-part series of documentary viewings and wisdom-sharing gatherings, “Impart: Wisdom from the Community.” Guided by […]

28
Apr

Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day

Today is Yom HaShoah-Holocaust Remembrance Day It is pertinent to remember the Holocaust. The Nazi regime murdered 6 million Jews as well as millions of other innocents, including Roma, Slavic, […]

16
Apr

REJM Video Discussion April 18th

Upcoming Facilitated Zoom Discussion: Monday, April 18, 7:00-8:15 pm, Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88440430739?pwd=elJYVW5mM0tMWXJ2Wkh2QVhDdisvZz09 The Racial Equity and Justice Ministry team (REJM) is sharing a series of YouTube videos illuminating white U.S. […]

13
Apr

Convergence of Holy Days

As we enter into the Three Days of Holy Week, people of other religions are also journeying into their holy days, including Vaisakhi, Mahavir, Jayanti, Passover, and Theravada New Year.  […]