MSJE Weekly Update

Updated: Feb 18

I. Confronting Our Racism: Implicit Bias Videos

As UUs, it is our responsibility to be aware of how our biases affect others and learn how to navigate them.

These videos are part of my CASA* training.The prelude for this training was -

"As people delving with the problems of racism, it is our responsibility to

be aware of how our biases affect others and learn how to navigate them."

Please watch the following 4 videos (all 10 minutes or less) and confront your biases. These videos will also help answer questions about what and what not to ask people of different races.

*CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocate.

The E in MSJE Stands for the Environment!

III. Brazos UU Lunchtime Environmental TED Talks - Continues to attract a lunchtime crowd!

Upcoming Lunchtime Talks On The Environment

At 12N - Take a lunch break!

  • Thursday, Feb 25th - Conserve Water & Save $$$

  • By Jennifer Nations, CS Water Resource Coordinator

  • Wednesday, Mar 10th - The Good News: How the Energy Transition Will Eventually Stop Climate Change

  • By Prof. Gunnar Schade, TAMU Geology

  • Note the day change to Wednesday due to Prof. Schade’s teaching schedule

  • Every 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month, 12N - 1 PM with pre-TED TALK conversation 11:30A-12N

  • All presentation will be recorded and available on the Brazos UU website.

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