The 1619 Project: A Lenten Series

Wednesdays, February 22—March 29
6:15pm in the Parish Hall, Soup Supper provided
*Supper Host sign up sheet posted in Parish Hall

We’ll journey the season of Lent together by viewing and discussing Hulu’s six-part limited docuseries “The 1619 Project,” an expansion of “The 1619 Project” created by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times Magazine. This six-part docuseries continues The 1619 Project’s work of placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans at the very center of our national narrative. Each episode of the series calls on historians, journalists, and community leaders to share their insight and expertise on the enduring legacy of slavery and its impact on our current society.

Weekly Themes

2/22   “Democracy”
3/01   “Race”
3/08   “Music”
3/15   “Capitalism”
3/22   “Fear”
3/29   “Justice”

  • If you can’t attend, or miss an evening, you can check out a ROKU from the Dayton Metro Library that has Hulu on it. The kit comes with the device, remote control, batteries and cords needed to connect to your television. They can be requested just like a book, and it checks out for 3 weeks. ROKU’s are also available with Disney+, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Paramount+, and several other streaming services. All you need is a Dayton Metro Library card. Click here to check out a ROKU from the library.

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