Jan 22 is the National Day of Racial Healing to celebrate this event The City of Wichita, Global Faith in Action, Beyond Tolerance, the Greater Ministerial League of Wichita, & the Mid-American All-Indian Center are coming together to host an event to discuss racial equality. This event will have speakers, entertainers and information about the different cultures and organizations in Wichita. This is the 1st of 2 events the City is co-hosting with Global Faith in Action & Beyond Tolerance. The next one will be on February 21, 2019 our Dinner Dialogues.
KEEP OUR CHILDREN SAFE
Global Faith In Action and Beyond Tolerance are having a free event in partnership with the city of Wichita called "Keeping Our Children Safe Movement". The purpose of the movement is to address the various issues facing the youth in our community. This is a preventive step focused on community awareness & involvement for our children. Through a Listen, Discuss, Learn, Understand and Take Action approach, we aim to go beyond the headlines, beyond hot topic issues and deal with real life concerns of those in our community. Beginning with a dialogue that leads to action, we aim to work proactively as a community, to help our children be safe in their homes, schools, in public, and online.
Keep Our Children Safe is This is a community led effort, and developing action steps to help resolve those issues. The resolution may include compiling information about services available to youth. We are specifically focusing on the problem related to safety. 1. West Heights UMC 745 Westlink Ave 2. Christian Faith Center 1130 South Broadway 3. Congregation Emanu-El 7011 E. Central 4. University United Methodist Church 2220 N. Yale