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Within the American landscape, Black vernacular placemaking manifests as spatialized self-determination, intentional design, self-making, and protest.Presently, popular film and TV (i.e., Queen Sugar) express African Americans’ persistent desire to simultaneously return to self-determined, rural settlements while retaining a foothold in urban meccas pregnant with both danger and opportunity. Andrea Roberts’ research documents and assesses the relevance of rural exodus and return to Black Texas settlements called freedom colonies.Our goal is for all the candidates to leave at the end of the day with real world tools they can put into use immediately to help run a professional campaign.In addition, our friends at Eric Edward Schell Photography will be on hand to provide candidates with headshots for use on your campaign materials and websites, free of charge - so dress to impress.We will have some presentations and interactive stations for most ages and a resource table for adults to explore as well. Accessibility information: The building is accessible for those with limited physical mobility. Please refrain from wearing heavily scented perfumes or deodorants for those who may have chemical sensitivities. Come participate in constructive discussion and see how we engage our congressman.Join us in this casual atmosphere to begin to build community for families in SURJ HTX. THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED INHELPING EDUCATE, ORGANIZE, AND MOVE WHITE PEOPLETO ACT AS PART OF A MULTI-RACIAL MAJORITY FORJUSTICE WITH PASSION AND ACCOUNTABILITY. See comments section for more information on this month's speaker.At the January 13th, 2018, meeting, we will bring in the new year with a catered breakfast by Warrens Catering.
Through outreach and education, we seek to engage white people in the fight to actively unlearn and dismantle white supremacy and racism. aff=ehomecard The Homeplace Aesthetic: Finding Black Pasts and Seeking Black Futures in Bottom Land A Lecture by Dr.Between Juneteenth and the beginning of the Great Depression, Black Texans founded more than 540 freedom colonies. Roberts partners with grassroots preservationists, descendants of freedom colony founders, who simultaneously call Houston and rural East Texas settlements their homes.Her ethnographic research documents baby boomers’ complex, gendered and raced preservation practices. Roberts are descendant communities’ unique approaches to homestead preservation which she calls The Homeplace Aesthetic—the practice of preserving place, reproducing identity, and fostering belonging through commemoration, interior design, and land-based heritage.SURJ is having a family event, open to anyone who has a kid in their life they want to expose to racial justice.This is also an opportunity for you to share resources as families with each other and build community.
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