Black Lives Matter Town Hall with Rev. Deborah Johnson

Pachamama Alliance

A recording of this event is available for you to review.

Resilience and Possibility

Join this Black Lives Matter Town Hall to engage directly with Rev. Deborah Johnson around themes of race and justice, and the need for both institutional and personal transformation to create a truly just society.

We are in the midst of a global uprising demanding racial justice for communities who for centuries have suffered through systemic racism in every domain of society. Rev. Johnson will take questions from the audience about this moment of social upheaval and possibility to generate space for the kind of transformation needed to meet this political moment. Registrants will also be invited to pose questions in advance of the event.

This call is part of Resilience and Possibility in These Times, a series of online offerings to support us all in staying connected to one another, to a vision for the future, and to the spirit of life in these challenging times.

About the Speaker

Rev. Deborah Johnson is the founding minister and president of Inner Light Ministries and an inductee into the Board of Preachers of the Martin Luther King Jr. Chapel at Morehouse College, which honors clergy for their lifetime work in social justice. She is also a Pachamama Alliance Board Member.