United Methodist Women offering screenings and discussions on a series of films on racial justice throughout the summer.
Tuesday July 6th our Chairwoman Pat Parent greeted members of the NEJNAMC and United Methodist Women across the denomination to watch the screening of Dawnland and discuss the systematic removal of Native American Children from their homes. The movie was followed by a time of testimony and small group discussion breakouts. To read about more opportunities and to sign up for the each screening or the entire series go to the UMW website here. This movie screening is part of the Matinee Social Justice series provided by the United Methodist Women. To learn more about the movie we watched go here.
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With God’s grace and guidance, the NORTHEASTERN JURISDICTION NATIVE AMERICAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE will serve as the body that gathers to listen to and support fellow Native United Methodists, partners with all Native Peoples, educates non-Natives, and advocates for Native issues with our strong Native communities in the Northeastern Jurisdiction and beyond.