From Fear to Engagement in Racial Justice

Rev. Patricia Trudeau with Worship Associate David Vest – 

There is trouble in the world and we don’t know what to do to dismantle racism.

Many Canadians wonder if current disruptions in the U.S.A. are a Canadian problem given our different histories and demographics.

Rev. Trudeau speaks about recent events of anti-black racism here and in the U.S.A., and the intersectionality of racism, pandemic, poverty and policing.

Rev. Trudeau was ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister last year in Toronto following a long career in social work, college counselling and social work education. She proudly serves as the minister at the Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto. Her passion for racial justice is expressed in her sermons and workshops on becoming allies in anti-oppression. 

Her work is inspired by her spouse and son, strong black activists in both Canada and the U.S.A.


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