Join us as we celebrate the launch of Dr. Catherine Meeks’ newest book, The Night is Long But Light Comes In the Morning: Meditations for Racial Healing.
In addition to Dr. Meeks, the event will also feature Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, who wrote the foreword for the book.
From the Winner of the President Joseph R. Biden Lifetime Achievement Award, Dr. Meeks shares highlights and insights from her journey and offers this much-needed meditative guide for the weary and frustrated.
In her work as Executive Director of the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing, Meeks has fought tirelessly to shed light on racism and provide tools and experiences to enable faith communities to work to combat it. In this new book, she shares highlights and insights from her journey and offers a much-needed meditative guide for the weary and frustrated. By looking inward and at each other clearly, she argues, good people of all backgrounds can forge a long-term and individual path to making a difference. With personal stories and thoughtful direction, she takes the reader on the trajectory from self-awareness to recognition of the past, to a new and individual way forward.
Meditation topics include how to work through fear and rage, how stories can help heal, honoring your ancestors while looking toward the future, what it really means to love one another, and the meaning of social justice.