“Critiques of Capitalism” class starts June 30

Online at 7 p.m. Tuesdays from June 30 through July 28

Presented by The Rev. Molly Housh Gordon, Minister, and
The Rev. Dr. C.W. Dawson, Philosopher-in-Residence and Facilitator

“Critiques of Capitalism” will focus on the problems of capitalism and its impact on American life. Beginning June 30, the class we will meet at 7 on Tuesday evenings via Zoom. Below is an outline of the course and the guest participants.

June 30 Liberation Theology and Capitalism – Dr. C.W. Dawson, Jr., UUCC Philosopher-in -Residence.

July 7 – “Belonging, not Belongings”: An Economy of Gratitude, Responsibility and Reciprocity – Dr. Sharon D. Welch, Affiliate Faculty, Social Ethics, Meadville Lombard Theological School (Unitarian Universalist).

July 14 “The Promise of Globalized Capitalism: Faustian Bargain” – Dr William Rodriguez, Faculty, Bethune Cookman University.

July 21 Uprooting & Dismantling Capitalism’s Economic Slavery and Oppression of Black Women: Moving from Intersectionality Towards Assemblage, Multiplicity, and Multi-vocality with Critical Family History – Traci Wilson-Kleekamp, Ph.D. candidate, University of Missouri-Columbia and President of Race Matters, Friends.

July 28 – Wrap-Up – An opportunity to debrief and comment on the content of the classes.

The Zoom link for the classes is on the Zoom Links page. Links to required and recommended readings are on the Adult R.E. page.