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"We See You:” An Invitation to Share, Reflect, and Grow

  • Four Sundays:
    • September 12, October 3, October 17, November 14, and December 12
  • 5pm—7pm
  • Pacific Unitarian Universalist Church
    5621 Montemalaga Drive,
    Rancho Palos Verdes 90275 (map)
    Free parking is available
  • We See You Flyer (pdf)

Register here

Join us for a four-part dinner series dedicated to healing and nourishing one another. Through this series, we plan to explore together how systemic racism affects and infects our relations. We invite you to meet new people, hear new stories, and discover ways to connect with others who see that the world needs more care and kindness, less suspicion and doubt.  

You will enjoy light meals prepared by our friends at Skid Row Coffee. Each dinner will have a prompt for conversations in intimate (while socially distant) circles of no more than seven other people. Each dinner will have a prompt for conversations in intimate (while socially distant) circles of no more than seven other people. Our goal is to make each dinner and conversation nurture your personal commitment to see our common humanity and to honor very different life journeys. Our hope is that you will experience sacred hospitality and generosity in the stories that will be shared.

Tickets are $200 and include all four dinners. If you are interested in buying six or more tickets for a group, please send us an email at info@gocompassion.org for instructions on how to purchase these and make sure all of your registrants can join us.

We are also offering a limited number of tickets to join us virtually for this event at a discounted rate. We encourage you to bring and eat a meal with us as you participate virtually. If you are interested in joining us virtually, please select the “virtual registration” option.

Please consider making an additional donation to the Gift of Compassion when you register! In the spirit of mutual aid, your additional donation will go toward inviting participants to join us for the dinners at a sliding scale rate. It will also be used by the Gift of Compassion for future events and solidarity actions.

This gathering is being co-hosted by the Black/API Healing Circle, Shadetree Multicultural Foundation, Pacific Unitarian Universalist Church, and the Gift of Compassion, a program of Commonweal.