Parents, guardians, and staff are invited to join together for a discussion of "Race, Systemic Violence, and Retrospective Justice: An African American Quaker Scholar-Activist Challenges Conventional Narratives", a pamphlet by Harold D. Weaver, Jr.
The focus for the evening will be Harold Weaver's Pendle Hill pamphlet in which he considers how to achieve a better society "drawing on the Quaker Testimonies of Truth, Peace, Equality, Community, and Justice."
Dr. Weaver is a graduate of Westtown School, Haverford College, and was the Founding Chair of the Department of Africana Studies at Rutgers University. He is a member of Wellesley Friends Meeting.
This discussion is a part of the Westfield Friends School's year-long theme: "We seek a society with equity and justice for all.
We will meet over ZOOM, Tuesday evening, February 22nd at 7:00 pm.
Copies of the pamphlet are available to borrow from WFS or may be purchased from Pendle Hill.