Interreligious “brown-bag-lunch” discussion of Racism, with guest-speaker scholar.
Trinity Commons, on Trinity Cathedral-campus, Main-entrance, free parking: East 23 and Prospect, Cleveland, OH 44115
Thursday, November 21, 2013
11:30 Am to 1:00 PM
discussion of Racism, with guest-speaker scholar, Rev. William Mebane, Canon of Trinity Cathedral. This free, public event will occur at Trinity Commons on Thursday, November 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Reservations are not required. Yale-educated Rev. Mebane serves in ministries of Congregational Life, Neighborhoods, and Social Justice. Rev. Mebane was moderator for a major, interfaith speakers-panel, “People of Faith Summit,” on May 17, regarding Capital Punishment. Rev. Mebane has been a previous guest- speaker for Interreligious Peacemakers.
The Trinity Commons' main-entrance and free parking are located at East 23 Street and Prospect Avenue--northeast of Wolstein Center and the RTA bus-terminal. Parking-tokens are available at the meeting; or at the Reception Desk, near the elevator. Trinity Commons is open seven days per week--beginning at 7:30 a.m. daily. Contacts: Interreligious Peacemakers: c/o (216) 246-6630. Trinity Commons and Trinity Cathedral: (216) 771- 3650. http://trinitycathedral.org and http://trinitycleveland.org/about/space-rental-2.
Trinity Commons’ pedestrian-courtyard entrance is located at 2230 Euclid Avenue, at the east side of Trinity Cathedral, across from Cleveland State. Euclid Avenue bus-routes feature RTA’s “HealthLine” and the free “E-Line” Trolley. http://trinitycleveland.org/about/directions. Highway-construction rerouting and exits include the following--based upon media-reports: Inbound/Northbound Jennings Freeway (Ohio 176) to I-490 East, to I-77 North, to I-90 East, to Downtown. Eastbound I-90 to I-490 East, to I-77 North, to I-90 East, to Downtown. Exits for two-lane I-77 include East 22 and Carnegie. Exits for Eastbound I-90 include Broadway, Ontario, East Ninth, Chester, and Superior. (I-90 exits at East 22 and Carnegie will be closed.) During the East Ninth ramp-closing, Westbound I-90 traffic will use the East 14 ramp.
“Interreligious Peacemakers” is a volunteer, "open-membership" coalition of men and women from many intercultural, interfaith communities and organizations in Greater Cleveland. The coalition hosts monthly "brown-bag lunch" discussions, with guest-speakers, at Trinity Commons. Speaker-selection is based upon personal experience, activism, and/or expertise regarding various intercultural, interfaith, and other public-interest subjects.
A number of the women from “Interreligious Peacemakers” are members of “Women of Faith - Voices Against Violence,” a new, local, intercultural, interfaith coalition. On September 22, “Women of Faith - Voices Against Violence” presented a free, public event--with a multimedia program at Old Stone Church, a Peace Walk around Public Square, and a reception. www.facebook.com/WomenofFaithVAV.