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.