Ajamou Butler, one of Wisconsin’s most influential Black leaders, will present an inspirational social-justice message during the Dec. 4 church service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County. He will talk about self-love, love of your immediate circle and larger community, and how growing in these areas brings us closer to healing the world.
Born and raised on Milwaukee’s north side, author and lecturer Butler was exposed to poverty but has always worked to progress away from his pain as he’s shaped his outlook on life as an adult. In 2012, Butler launched a nonprofit, Heal the Hood MKE, which has become an example of pushing against social injustice and rewriting the narrative of inner-city Milwaukee.
All are welcome to hear Butler’s talk Dec. 4, 10 am, at 10341 Hwy 42 in Ephraim. Learn more about Butler at ajamoubutler.com.