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Book Club for Racial Justice - Rev Narinder Tegally

Book Club for Racial Justice - Rev Narinder Tegally
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05 Sep 2021 15:00 - 16:30

Sunday 5 September

Starts: 3pm - Ends: 4.30pm

Cost: FREE event – donations welcome

Day Course D1721

Narinder Tegally is passionate about addressing racism and believes the only way we can undo racism is to consistently identify it, describe it and then dismantle it. Join Narinder as she leads a monthly Book Club at Ammerdown tackling the issues, challenging our bias and assumptions, encouraging us to effect change. September’s book is ‘Ghost Ship’ by Azariah France-Williams which challenges institutionalised racism in the church and our society.

Rev Narinder Tegally is Lead Chaplain at Royal United Hospital Bath, Associate Priest at Bath Abbey and Assistant Diocesan Director for Bath and Wells Diocese. She brings her Indian heritage, experience of the NHS, the wider church as well as her connection to both the Sikh and Christian faiths into the conversation.

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