Conversations on Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Anthroposophy
Where: Anthroposophy NYC
138 W. 15th St.
212-242-8945 Price: Pay as you can
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Are we able to have a fruitful conversation around race, ethnicity, and culture? How might we create a space for us to come together to listen and speak about our own identities and lived experiences? How was race and culture expressed by Steiner and what insights as well as questions come with these anthroposophical ideas? This has been one of the most challenging and serious conversations in anthroposophy and a frequent place of criticism.
In exploring these topics together in an intimate environment, we hope to understand, engage, and wrestle with the complex questions around race and racism in anthroposophy. This is a three part series that will run throughout the summer (June, July, Aug.). In the first meeting we will share the experiences we live with today concerning these questions and together will study a few samples of Steiner’s work on race and culture. Please read Mission of the Folk Souls, Lecture 4, and The Universal Human, Lecture 1, as preparation.Buy tickets/get more info now