Led by Elizabeth Foster
Why is creativity so closely associated with social justice movements? Today, we’ll talk about some of the art associated with social justice, from protest songs to drag. We’ll also explore some of the ways in which resistance movements have responded creatively to the forces, and the inherent creativity that is required to imagine a different and more equitable world.
Elizabeth Foster is the Ministerial Intern at First Parish Unitarian Universalist in Canton, MA. She received her AB from Bryn Mawr College, and holds an MS in Nonprofit Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania. She recently graduated from the Boston University School of Theology with a Master’s of Divinity in Interfaith Leadership, and is currently developing an ARE curriculum on the history of Unitarians, Universalists, and the eugenics movement. She is a member of the Executive Board of EqUUal Access and serves as Chair of the Rider’s Transit Access Group for the Boston MBTA. Elizabeth is a former DRE and active LREDA member, and frequently presents on topics related to disability justice. She lives in Dorchester, MA with her cat, Jade.