Taking the First Steps Towards Understanding Racial Justice

06.11.20 | Racial Justice

    Bishops United Against Racism
    Bishops Easterling and Farr on the Get Your Spirit in Shape Podcast by United Methodist Communications

    Navigating 2 Viruses
    Regathering in the Midst of Racism and Pandemic, a Zoom webinar from denominational leaders

    Suggested Resources for Becoming Anti-Racist
    compiled by Discipleship Ministries

    Deconstructing White Privilege
    Dr. Robin DiAngelo, author of “White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism,” taken from the General Commission on Religion and Race’s series, “Vital Conversations”.

    Tools for Leaders: Resources for Racial Justice
    For decades, United Methodist Women have been working toward justice for all people. In 2018, they published a 120-page resource filled with racial justice information and tools.

    Worship resources
    including prayers of confession and biblical suggestions, for local churches as they address anti-racism, compiled by the Western Pennsylvania Conference.