of the need to end racism and embrace diversity as a reflection of our Creator,
February 2. For the elimination of discrimination in living patterns, public education, employment, political jurisdiction, transportation, and churches in Brown County.
February 9. For eyes that might see more clearly and hearts that might open more deeply in our efforts to address personal and institutional racism and racial inequity in our community.
February 16. To overcome ignorance, indifference, resentment, and bitterness with regard to race in both private and public life.
February 23. For courage to work for and proclaim the establishment of a beloved community where all are welcomed and valued in our city, county, state and country.