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Diverse Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministry Session with Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons


2020-01-26 13:00 2020-01-26 16:00 America/Los_Angeles Diverse Revolutionary UU Multicultural Ministry Session with Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons

UU People of Color and People of Color interested in Unitarian Universalism in the Greater Seattle area are invited to gather for a facilitated meeting to share a meal, nurture new relationships, discuss UU People of Color and anti-racism efforts and learn about the needs and interests among those who attend. The event is open to People of Color, only (Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinx, mixed race and all other not-white identifying persons). Please RSVP with Rhonda Brown at rm.brown2456@yahoo.com ideally by January 19, 2020. *DRUUMM is the Diverse & Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries, a volunteer-led national organization dedicated to serving the spiritual growth of UU People of Color and fulfilling our vision of an anti-racist/anti-oppressive/multicultural faith. Learn more at www.druumm.org and https://www.facebook.com/DRUUMM/ Biosketch for Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons: Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons is a Chinese-American, cultural organizer, community minister, and musician.  Born in Portland, adopted and raised in Clackamas County, Joseph has worked for democracy, human rights and systemic change that addresses the root causes of inequities for 25 years in Oregon, Colorado, Massachusetts and the Philippines.  Currently he serves as Editor of “The DRUUMM Beat”, a monthly Unitarian Universalist newsletter for People of Color and provides ministerial support for DRUUMM (Diverse Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries).  Formerly, Rev. Joseph was the Executive Director for the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon, a community organization with over 2,000 constituents that works to advance racial equity in public policy, as well as being an affiliate community minister with the First Unitarian Church of Portland.  He has also served the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, Unitarian Universalist Association and Coalition for a Livable Future. Joseph is passionate about his family, spending time outdoors with his partner and three school age children, and recently moved to Quezon City in the Philippines with his family.  He is a past performing member of Portland Taiko, a multicultural trainer, and is particularly interested in the rising community of color electorate.  Community board service includes Resolutions NW, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, and the Oregon Commission on Asian and Pacific

Eastshore Unitarian Church, 12700 SE 32nd St, Bellevue, WA 98005, USA

UU People of Color and People of Color interested in Unitarian Universalism in the Greater Seattle area are invited to gather for a facilitated meeting to share a meal, nurture new relationships, discuss UU People of Color and anti-racism efforts and learn about the needs and interests among those who attend. The event is open to People of Color, only (Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latinx, mixed race and all other not-white identifying persons).

Please RSVP with Rhonda Brown at rm.brown2456@yahoo.com ideally by January 19, 2020.

*DRUUMM is the Diverse & Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries, a volunteer-led national organization dedicated to serving the spiritual growth of UU People of Color and fulfilling our vision of an anti-racist/anti-oppressive/multicultural faith. Learn more at www.druumm.org and https://www.facebook.com/DRUUMM/

Biosketch for Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons:

Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons is a Chinese-American, cultural organizer, community minister, and musician.  Born in Portland, adopted and raised in Clackamas County, Joseph has worked for democracy, human rights and systemic change that addresses the root causes of inequities for 25 years in Oregon, Colorado, Massachusetts and the Philippines.  Currently he serves as Editor of “The DRUUMM Beat”, a monthly Unitarian Universalist newsletter for People of Color and provides ministerial support for DRUUMM (Diverse Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries).  Formerly, Rev. Joseph was the Executive Director for the Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon, a community organization with over 2,000 constituents that works to advance racial equity in public policy, as well as being an affiliate community minister with the First Unitarian Church of Portland.  He has also served the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, Unitarian Universalist Association and Coalition for a Livable Future.

Joseph is passionate about his family, spending time outdoors with his partner and three school age children, and recently moved to Quezon City in the Philippines with his family.  He is a past performing member of Portland Taiko, a multicultural trainer, and is particularly interested in the rising community of color electorate.  Community board service includes Resolutions NW, OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, and the Oregon Commission on Asian and Pacific