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Renewal Fire Events by Pastor Elaine Hosts White Girl Advocacy for January Talk
By: White Girl Advocacy LLC
Putting down roots in South Carolina, she found herself emotionally affected by the rise in social injustice in our country and dedicated herself to learning more about racism. While participating in the course "On The Matter of Race: White People Committed to Beginning the Journey Together" led by Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle Price, poetry became a processing mechanism for her thoughtful reflections and responses to homework assignments through verse.
"As a military spouse of a U.S. Marine Corps retiree I have lived the "Bloom Where You're Planted" lifestyle for over 30 years," stated St. Clair. She continued, "It was after our final set of orders to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island I began writing poetry while in Beaufort, SC to process homework questions posed during my study of racism and systemic racism with Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle." She concluded, "Poetry as a processing mechanism is truly a gift from God. Beaufort is a special place and served as the fertile ground for my creativity."
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About Melissa Whiteford St. Clair:
Sharing her journey on the matter of race, Melissa Whiteford St. Clair will bring viewers into the heart of the author's expedition into the study of racism and social justice electrified by Harriet Tubman's heroic flight to freedom. Visit WhiteGirlAdvocacy (https://whitegirladvocacy.com/
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