WHO: Presented by Tampa Area Bahá’í Race Unity Task Force
WHAT: Elevated conversations as we discuss relevant books and movies with the intent to improve race relations
WHEN: Schedule below
METHOD: Zoom – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85362795759?pwd=UTFnRk1LM2Q4M1lGQWxGVGVFQWxpQT09
Meeting ID: 853 6279 5759
DETAILS: The public is invited to discuss books and movies in elevated conversations about racial issues. The goal is to improve race relations as we grow in understanding.
The following discussions have been scheduled to date:
- Just Mercy (movie and book by Bryan Stevenson) – Friday, Nov. 20 at noon EST
- The Autobiography of Malcolm X (book) – Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. EST
- Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond – Jan. 3 at 5 p.m.
Questions about the Racial Equity Media Club can be answered by calling 813.493.1805; more info about the Bahá’í Faith is available at www.Bahai.org.
Among other things, Bahá’ís believe in the elimination of prejudice, the oneness of humanity, the independent investigation of truth, equality between men and women, the agreement between religion and science, and that there is only one God who created all of the major religions.