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Allyship: How to Speak Up and When to Listen

Sunday Assembly Chapel Hill
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Please join us for our monthly assembly! Our speaker is our very own Sam Anderson. He’ll talk about acting as an ally for marginalized groups, incorporating their voices into our lives and communities, and making our spaces safer and more welcoming for everyone. As always, we'll be sharing in song, community, and conversation.

We meet on the second Sunday of every month. Each assembly includes songs, speakers, and other fun stuff. Singing along is encouraged! The assembly lasts for one hour, followed by snacks and time to chat and get to know each other. Children of all ages are welcome! We have a separate room for kids' activities, supervised by a couple of volunteers, and anyone is welcome to move between the rooms at any time during the assembly.

We keep in touch between assemblies through our Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/sundayassemblychapelhill) page, on Twitter (https://twitter.com/SA_ChapelHill), and via our mailing list (http://eepurl.com/bhnz2v) (we send a message about 2 times a month). You can email directly with questions or feedback: info@sundayassemblychapelhill.org

Sunday Assembly Chapel Hill (http://www.sundayassemblychapelhill.com/) is a part of a global movement (https://www.sundayassembly.com/). We're completely volunteer-run and funded solely by donations.

The ArtsCenter is an accessible venue and a participant in Project Safe Space.