Black History Month - February 2021

The Guibord Center has always been mindful of the need for inclusiveness. This past year the blatant and callous murder of George Floyd compelled us to make the commitment to dig deeper to confront the heart-deadening strategies and policies of racism.

This week’s Featured Presentation:
AFRICAN SPIRITUAL ROOTS OF GOSPEL MUSIC

 

Inspiring Stories: Healing Our World

Cancel and Call Out-Culture

What exactly is “cancel and call-out culture”? How do I respond when someone cancels me or calls me out? Where’s the line when raising important issues turns into blaming and shaming? And how can our faith traditions help us discern when we cross that line?

February 24, 2021 4-6pm

Swami Sarvapriyananda - Satyagraha: The Heart of Nonviolence

Nonviolence is a natural expression of our innermost spirituality, and the oneness of, not only all humanity, but all existence.

Wednesday March 24, 2021   4-5:30 pm

Black History Month

The Guibord Center has always been mindful of the need for inclusiveness. This past year the murder of George Floyd compelled us to commit to dig deeper to confront the heart-deadening strategies and policies of racism.

Light in the Darkness

The Spiritual and Historical Roots of the Nonviolence Movement