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Monday, December 8th, 9pm, Interfaith Center

In trying times, we might look to our connections with one another for support, both surviving and organizing–but what does “community” mean to you? What makes a community safe to you, and how do your values and experiences inspire you to want to change those that you identify with now? Mindful of the ongoing struggle for racial justice right now in Ferguson and across America, the final small group reflection for the semester with the Humanist Chaplaincy at Tufts will center around community and support, and the ways we can all work to improve those in our world today. The reflection will be at 9pm on Monday, December 8th, in the Interfaith Center. Afterwards, at 10pm, will be a study break hosted by the Humanist Chaplaincy at Tufts and the Tufts Freethought Society, with free refreshments and music and time to relax. All are welcome to either or both!

Learn more about this event at the Humanist Chaplaincy website.