Forum on Imagining an Abolitionist Future, presented by Lillian Austin, Benjamin Lay Fellow – What does it mean to be an abolitionist? Historical abolitionist movements radically opposed human enslavement— and in our own historical moment, slavery still exists, legalized through the prison industrial complex. Join Lillian Austin this Sunday for a workshop that will walk through the history of Quakers in abolitionist movements and use it to guide a conversation about contemporary prison abolitionism and what it means for Quakers to imagine an abolitionist future.  JOin us after worship (about 11:30 AM) either in the Meetinghouse or on Zoom (use same link found on home page).