The AntiRacism Task Force meets regularly.

Brave Space meetings are held every Monday evening at 7pm for all those who identify as White. 
One of the most powerful ways for white people to disrupt racism is to engage in brave conversations with the people closest to you. Karen Carlos, a member of the Anti-Racism Task Force, will be hosting a weekly discussion group from 7:00 – 8:00 pm.  If you identify as white/caucasian, please join the Brave Space Zoom forum for supportive, open and honest discussions about our own racism and white supremacy.  For more information, contact Karen Carlos at .
Meeting ID: 848 5175 4597

Black, Indigenous and People of Color meetings are held monthly. Contact Pastor Patricia Hunter for more information.

A Word from the Anti-Racism Task Force – January 2022 [pdf]

Wound Care Presentation

In February Reverend Douglas Avilesbernal led us in an introduction to First Aid training to address the hurt and pain caused by racism. He urged us to use the ABCs of first aid; that is to Act, Be present and to Conspire to create a path for those who have been hurt. Seattle First Baptist Church will now engage Reverend Avilesbernal’s “Wound Care” to address the hurt that has been identified. Wound Care requires cleaning the wound in order for it to heal. This presentation took place on September 13 2022 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM via Zoom. Reverend Avilesbernal took us deeper into the process of addressing racism. Please take time to watch this important session.


View Wound Care Presentation Here

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