Small group listening sessions on racial issues at Jesuit Sacramento
The Arrupe Discerners, a group of educators from all of the Jesuit ministries in Sacramento — which includes Jesuit High School Sacramento, St. Ignatius Parish and School, and Cristo Rey High School Sacramento — have been working for the past six months on addressing issues of justice within our communities.
Jesuit Sacramento’s Arrupe Discerners representatives and school administrators will host a series of listening sessions beginning the week of July 6 for current students, alumni, and parents.
The size of each listening session will be kept small so that each participant has an opportunity to speak and all voices will be heard. This will be a time for them to share how they have experienced racism while a part of our school community which will allow us to identify areas where Jesuit Sacramento has fallen short and create an action plan to address those issues.
If you are interested in attending you may choose a time here. Please click the “login/create account” button to begin. You will then be able to select a day and time that fits your schedule. A member of the Arrupe Discerners will follow-up with an email to you to provide the log-in information for your session at least 24-hours in advance.
If you are unable to attend but would like to share your experiences of racism, please fill out this form.