Decolonizing Our Pain with Sierra Asamoa-Tutu

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Join us at the next KaleoExpress for a community conversation about pain and decolonization with Sierra Asamoa-Tutu, and indigenous woman who works as healer, therapist, and organizer in work of reconnecting all of us to our cultural integrity and authentic selves. Registration is free and all are welcome. We'll have coffee, bagels, tea, non-dairy treats, gluten-free delights, and good company starting at 8:30a.m., with the workshop starting at 9a.m.

Note that United’s new campus is located at 767 Eustis St. in St. Paul. Please park in the south lot at the corner of Wabash and Eustis Streets. You will see a large metal structure in the parking lot, and large “CASE” sign over the main entrance doors. Once you come in the building, walk past the decorative tractor and indoor lawn games, enter the door marked “United Theological Seminary,” and follow signs to the chapel. 


March 20th, 2019 9:00 AM   through   10:45 AM
United Theological Seminary of the Twin cities
767 Eustis Street Suite 140
Saint Paul, MN 55114

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