Have You Been Vulnerable Today? Rusti Miller-Hill & Dethress Ulmer-Lesley on Solidarity+Disclosure
HUB, Union Theological Seminary
Seasoned activists Rusti Miller-Hill and Dethress Ulmer-Lesley offer a powerful feminist view of the ongoing HIV crisis. This welcoming and participatory gathering will find the women leading a discussion around intimate partner violence, incarceration re-entry, trauma, parenthood, faith and disclosure. Active in this conversation will be ideas around unity, community and disclosure. Have you been vulnerable today? How have you been made vulnerable? How do you act in solidarity? What is at stake for you? What does love in action look like for you?
This event has been organized by Union student Theodore Kerr and members of the Positive Women's Network including Miller-Hill, Ulmer-Lesley and Olivia Ford.
This event takes place at the HUB at Union Theological Seminary. The HUB is a permanent and predominantly seminarian-led community organizing space dedicated to the ongoing moral work of confronting domestic and global systemic racism and white supremacy, patriarchy, capitalism, and injustices of all kinds. We will nurture and develop a community of leaders capable of strategizing and executing visionary engagement for transformative justice within our own institution and community, as we aspire to do the same in the world.
This event is part of TIME IS NOT ALONE, inspired by the Time is Not A Line issue of the We Who Feel Differently Journal project.
Funding and Support from Union Student Groups.