RACE TOGETHER: Learnings about Race and Racism in America Seminar

Seminar Title: America Today: Race, Class and Affirmative Action

Do you want to deepen your understanding of the impact of systemic, institutional racism and how it can be dismantled?

Please join our year-long, monthly seminar called, “RACE TOGETHER: Learnings about Race and Racism in America” led by Prof. Arturo Pierre Lewis, 7PM – 8:30PM ET on the third Tuesday of each month on Zoom.


Seminar Description: A socio-historical approach to systemic racism. The identification of systemic racism and a study of power and control in American culture and institutions, and a follow-up discussion on taking action.

Seminar Leader: Rev. Dr. Arturo Pierre Lewis, Senior Pastor at Emmanuel Church in Ridgewood NJ, a specialist in Diversity Studies, teaches “Institutional Racism in America,” at William Paterson University and Passaic County Community College. A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, Arturo Pierre Lewis also holds a doctorate in Public Theology from Drew University Theological School. He is a former semi-professional baseball player and radio host and serves on the Board at the Ridgewood YMCA.

The seminar is OPEN TO ALL.

The Monthly Seminar meeting starts at 7:00PM – 8:30PM ET, each 3rd Tuesday on Zoom followed up by a small group, “Mid-way Moment” and podcast, “Race Together, Some More” later each month. This seminar series is open to all and registration is required. 

Registration is required.
The next session is Tuesday, Nov 16, 7:00 PM on Zoom

If you have any questions, please contact our Seminar Coordinator, Dr. Donald Wheeler at cpjnetwork @ gmail.com

Upcoming seminar dates:
(2021 dates): 11/16

We look forward to seeing you!

This seminar is open to all.