Join the community conversation Thursday, December 8 at 7:00 p.m. at Temple Isaiah and grapple with the challenge of promoting positive race relations and a more fair justice system. Come engage with speakers Rev. Dr. Ray Hammond M.D., M.A. and his daughter, Rev. Mariama White-Hammond, in the sacred and serious work of talking about race and moving to action.
Rev. Ray Hammond is the founder and pastor of Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME) in Boston; Chairman and Co-Founder of the Ten Point Coalition; and member of the Executive Team of the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization and the Executive Committee of the Black Ministerial Alliance. Rev. Mariama White-Hammond is a Minister at Bethel AME Church and a racial justice and climate justice activist. She was Executive Director of Project HIP-HOP (a Boston youth social justice arts organization) and is currently a leader in the MA Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action, Green the Church, and other grassroots efforts.