Universal Spirit Center
is committed to creating awareness and action
for the realization of racial equality for all.
Racial Equality Project's
CALL TO ACTION
MLK PROMENADE & BREAKING THE CHAINS
326 W. Harbor 92101 Dr. to 301 1st Ave
Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. this month!
Take a beautiful stroll on Harbor Avenue in downtown San Diego and visit this powerful art exhibit
The northern path is lined with 30 plaques engraved with Dr. King’s words. The park is dotted with outdoor sculptures including Breaking of the Chains by Melvin Edwards installed in 1995 and several others added in 2001, with one placed in the middle of a hedge maze near the park’s northwestern end.
Bell Hooks, pathbreaking Black feminist, dies at 69
Bell Hooks, whose incisive, wide-ranging writing on gender and race helped push feminism beyond its white, middle-class worldview to include the voices of Black and working-class women, died on Wednesday at her home in Berea, KY.
Continue with the series...
Continue to watch this series focusing on communication, awareness and equality.
Please click the image for the video.
January 21st on Zoom
Rent and watch this movie on Prime, Hulu or YouTube before January 21
and then join us in conversation
about it impacted you.
& KITCHEN CONVERSATIONS
IN PERSON and STREAMED ONLINE
Every Wednesday brings forth new spiritual ideas and awareness. Inspired by today’s climate, yesterday’s pain, and the promise of a new tomorrow.
We seek to share wisdom and spiritual solutions amid uncomfortable conversation and inner self awareness.
Join us every first and third Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm for Kitchen Conversations “probing the questions on racism.”
A Wakening Wednesday every second and forth Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm. Arousing a deeper connection to our spiritual ideas.
A Wakening Wednesday
Jan. 12 IN PERSON AND ONLINE 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Say Their Name
A Life that Mattered
Casey Goodson, Jr.