Little Lights Hosts Racial Justice Discussion

Virtual Panel, Q&A on June 30

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Little Lights will host a virtual town hall surrounding racial justice on Tuesday, June 30. Graphic courtesy Little Lights Urban Ministries

In light of increased discussion of racism in the United States, Little Lights Urban Ministries is hosting “Little Lights Town Hall: A Conversation On the Need for Racial Justice” Tuesday, June 30, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m on Zoom.

Registration for the free event is required and can be completed here. Early in the day on June 30, the ministry will send a Zoom link to registered attendees. Little Lights is also streaming the town hall on Facebook Live.

The event will begin with a panel discussion among several staff and board members, followed by a question and answer session, according to the invitation. 

“We would like to offer a time to communally discuss and process recent events — with a bent towards the need for racial justice and how we see that need stemming from our understanding of faith in Christ,” reads the invitation.

Register and learn more about the discussion here. Direct questions to [email protected]

Eva Herscowitz is a journalism student at Northwestern University currently interning with the Hill Rag. She writes for Northwestern’s student newspaper, The Daily Northwestern. You can reach her at [email protected]