Dear Members and Friends,
All of us at FN4M are shocked to hear of the atrocity in Vienna this week. We send our heartfelt condolences to the families of the murdered, the injured and all those affected by these atrocious crimes.
This attack, and those in France and elsewhere last month are unacceptable, have no place in our society and we must stand up to support each other in the aftermath of events such as these. We commit ourselves to working against the lack of understanding, prejudice and hatred that lead to such atrocities and affirm the values that we share for a fair and equal world, of justice and peace.
Monday 16th November sees our Faith in Black Lives Matter Conference, the culmination of the first part of our project that has been ongoing since June. Following our excellent seminars with mind blowing testimonies (which are available to see on YouTube), we are pleased to invite you to join us at 6.00 pm on 16th November. To book your place just email email@example.com
We will be looking at racism through the lens of Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome, Black Theology, White Supremacy and Being Anti-Racist. In this way we hope to develop ways to ensure that more and more of our faith communities are actively anti-racist and that racism will not be tolerated. We want an equal, fair and just society.
The FN4M Trustees