Rev. Sara Green - UUA Youth & Young Adult Program Manager
Governance, often and unfortunately used interchangeably with democracy, is a vibrant, multidimensional practice of how communities make decisions about their communities. Governance practices and structures can tell someone about a community's agreements, values, boundaries and goals. In this worshipful space, let's imagine systems of governance that echo equity, care and imagination.
Sara Green here—your youth and young adults program manager. I am a southern, cis/queer/poly, Black femme minister living near Nashville, TN. I imagine liberation/salvation/beloved community as communities that have the ability to eat good food together, experience pleasure in our bodies and regularly put their hands in soil—all the while free from fear and violence by way of all of the cultural and legal changes that must happen in order for this world to exist. I understand myself as part of a legacy of cultural workers, healers, maroons and creoles, southern queer freedom fighters and artists trying to shape god. And I feel so blessed to be doing this work now. Learn more about Sara and her work on her website: https://www.theosophiapodcast.com/
Meeting ID: 275 194 110
Phone In: (669) 900-6833