ASJ's Do No Harm Educational Forum Series:

Join us for our next Do No Harm series on Sunday September 8, from 6pm-8pm in the Great Hall.

This forum will focus on LatinX Justice and Equality. Heading into Hispanic Heritage Month, we will think about how we can both honor the history, culture, and contributions of Latinx folks and respond to the discrimination they continue to experience today. Did you know that the term 'Latinx' is itself controversial? Come and find out why! 

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Past Forums:

Do No Harm: Black & White Relations

The first educational forum addresses relations between the black and white communities and features speakers Loni Fancher, Director of Student Formation at First UMC Arlington, and Rev. Marcus Jones, Director of the UTA Wesley Foundation.

Do No Harm: Navigating the Election Year

The second educational forum addresses navigating the election year and features speaker Lydia Bean who is a social scientist, writer and nonprofit leader based in Texas. Her work centers on the intersection of faith and politics.

Do No Harm: LGBTQ+ Justice and Equality

This forum is focused on LGBTQ+ Justice and Equality. Sharon Herrera, founder and executive director of the non profit organization LGBTQ Saves is going to share her wisdom and insight on LGBTQ+ inclusion.