Free Time: The Forgotten American Dream

10:30am. “Free Time: The Forgotten American Dream,” Carl Gregg. Playing on the history of the Labor Movement, how we got the 40 hour work week—and how it isn’t written in stone and could decrease again in a way that rethinks how we order society and our time. Music from the DC Labor Chorus.

Calling In, Calling Out, and Our Calling to Community

Engagement with anti-racism and other social justice work often includes the experience of making mistakes & even worse, having them pointed out! How can we develop our muscle both to we hear criticism, & to we give it? Amanda will explore the idea  & reflect on how we learn together. Music from Lilo Gonzalez.

What’s Love Got to Do With It?

10:30am. WES Members reflect on great thinkers’ definitions of love and how those have held true in their own lives. Join us for this intimate and expansive opportunity to hear each other’s stories.

Awakening in the Anthropocene: Responding with Heart to Global Climate Change

Music from Nicole Rumeau and David Cole.

Telling the Truth in Love: A Question Platform

10:30am. Join Amanda for this always popular “question and answer” platform. Send her your questions about ethics, social justice, WES, and more ahead of time, or just bring your questions with you–you’ll have an opportunity to write them down. Amanda will address as many as she has time for! Music from the WES Chorus.

The Limits of Authenticity

10:30am. Join John Crestwell as he tackles the complicated relationship between individuality, authenticity, and embodying the sacred.