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Role-Based Programming

By Sally J Gellert
June 1, 2019, 9:01 pm EDT

Please help me determine if I am correct. It seems to me that there are 2 options for role-based programming for us off-site delegates (Side with Love and The Future of Outreach), whereas there are 14 options for delegates in Spokane:

#204 and #428 Combating Destructive Behavior and White Supremacy Culture
#205 and #429 Congregational Treasurers: Counting the Blessings
#206 and #430 Faith Development in Community across the Lifespan 
#207 and #439 A Radically Inclusive Pathway to Membership
#208 and #431 Transformational Worship
#209 and #432 A Joyful Noise: Why Congregational Singing Matters
#210 and #433 Collaborative Leadership for Collective Liberation
#211 and #434 How to Be a Good Employer and Supervisor
#212 and #435 Power Mapping the UUA and Your Congregation
#213 and #436 Side with Love: Our Call for this Moment!
#214 and #437 The Future of Outreach
#215 and #438 Effective and Relational Justice Work in UU Spaces
#216 and #440 Is Your Work a Lay Ministry?
#217 and #441 Stewardship: Where Our Resources, Values, and Integrity Meet
I realize that I am saving hundreds of dollars by attending on line instead of in person, but this feels a little “second-class citizen” to me. Does anyone know how the choice of sessions was made, whether potential off-site delegates were asked their interest in advance (I did not see any such question, but could have missed an e-mail), and whether any of the other options will be captured for later listening/watching?