Please join us at our next MSJE Organizational Meeting
Sunday, April 11th 12N.
Always the 2nd Sunday of each month, 12N.
The Split the Plate Recipient for April 2021 - June 2021 will be for the BV African American Museum. We want to increase our connections with Bryan organizations with which we work. The Brazos UU supports the mission of the the Brazos Valley African American Museum, which, is to explore, develop, preserve and present the cultural history and heritage of African Americans.
Confronting Our Racism. Next meeting is on April 7th at 6 PM.
The Confronting Our Racism Group (CORG) is a coalition of community organizations started by the Brazos UU. In an effort to increase our understanding of systemic racism and the ways it impacts individuals and our communities, the CORG will soon invite members of the B/CS community and surrounding areas to sign up for small reading groups of the book, Stamped, Racism, Antiracism, and You, A Remix (2020) by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.
Brazos UU Lunchtime Environmental Talks
Our Next Talk: Thursday, April 8th - Global ‘Weirding’
By Professor Alan Pepper, TAMU Ecology and Evolution Biology
Expected, But Not-So-Obvious Consequences of Climate Change.
Prof. Pepper will explain the basics of global warming and its erratic effects on our climate
Every 2nd Thursday of each month,
At 12N - 1 PM, Take a lunch break!
Pre-TALK Conversation 11:30A-12N
B. Upcoming Lunchtime Talks On The Environment
The TX Electric Grid: How Can We Prevent Future Catastrophes?”
By Prof Alfredo Garcia, Professor, Industrial & Systems Engineering
Thursday, May 13th, 2021
In this talk we describe the market design features that currently render Texas's electricity market vulnerable to rare events (such as the recent Polar Vortex) with catastrophic consequences. In addition, we survey regulatory design solutions that have been tried and tested in many electricity markets worldwide.