A Candid Look at Racism: History, the Church, and Today at Georgetown Presbyterian Church
Welcome to a candid look at the history of racism in America, in the church, and today, hosted by the Adult Education program at Georgetown Presbyterian.
Here’s your opportunity to deepen your learning as our country continues to reckon with centuries of racism. Please join your friends and neighbors at Georgetown Presbyterian Church for a virtual fall program on the history of racism in America, the role of the church, and how that relates to us today.
Talks include the Rev. John Molina-Moore, General Presbyter, on Presbyterian Efforts to Combat Racism (Oct. 11); Professor Adam Rothman on the Civil War and Emancipation (Oct. 18); GWU Professor Erin Chapman on the Jim Crow Era (Oct. 25, Nov. 1); UMBC Professor Derek Musgrove on the Civil Rights Era (Nov. 8, 15); and Howard Theological Seminary Prof. Renee Harrison on the church’s historical role in racism (date TBA). Schedule updates and additional speakers will be shared here and at gtowpres.org. Questions? Email aW5mbyB8IGd0b3ducHJlcyAhIG9yZw==. We look forward to seeing you soon!