The 1619 Project: What White History Does Not Teach Us

Planning for the New Year? Plan to join the discussion on issues raised in the Hulu Series–The 1619 Project. Beginning on January 24, the Racial Justice Team will host the showing and discussion of the six episodes of The 1619 ProjectView the “The 1619 Project” trailer here.

The six-part 1619 Docuseries is an expansion of “The 1619 Project” created by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and the New York Times Magazine. The series seeks to reframe the country’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans at the very center of our national narrative.  For more on this film series, visit the Wikipedia entry here.  To read the original 1619 Project New York Times article, go here.

Each of the six episodes focuses on a different facet of Black life in America, including “Democracy,” “Race,” “Music,” “Capitalism,” “Fear,” and “Justice.”

Each episode will be shown twice–on Wednesdays beginning at 6:45 p.m. and the following Sundays beginning at 9 a.m.

On Wednesdays, there will be opportunities for fellowship during an evening meal.

  • You are welcome to bring a potluck dish and join the regular Wednesday community potluck at 5:30.
  • You could bring a brown bag meal for yourself.
  • You may make a reservation for a prepared meal with a suggested donation of $5. Go here to reserve.

Here are the episodes and dates for the showings:

  • “Democracy” — January 24 (Wed.) & 28 (Sun.)
  • “Race” — January 31 (Wed.) & Feb. 4 (Sun.)
  • “Capitalism”– February 14 (Wed.) & 18 (Sun.)
  • “Music” — February 28 (Wed.) & March 3 (Sun.)
  • “Fear”– March 13  (Wed.) & 17 (Sun.)
  • “Justice” — March 27  (Wed.) & 31 (Sun.)

All are invited to attend.  Have questions? Contact the Racial Justice Team through

The event is finished.


Jan 24 2024


6:45 pm - 8:00 pm
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