Episode 27: “Breaking Free of Racist Systems and Structures in Your Congregation” featuring Amanda Poppei

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Episode 27: “Breaking Free of Racist Systems and Structures in Your Congregation” featuring Amanda Poppei

 
 
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How can a congregation focus intentionally on addressing implicit racism within its own institutional and community life? In this episode Amanda Poppei, Senior Leader of the Washington Ethical Society, describes how her community has made anti-racism work an overarching priority — shaping its identity and congregational practices.


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Amanda Poppei is Senior Leader of the Washington Ethical Society, a humanist congregation In Washington, DC. Ordained in the Unitarian Universalist tradition, she is a graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary and participated in the Lewis Fellows program for young clergy in 2011-2012

Ann A. Michel is associate director of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary and teaches in the areas of stewardship and leadership. She is also the author of Synergy: A Leadership Guide for Church Staff and Volunteers (Abingdon, 2017), available at Cokesbury and Amazon.