In a time when society feels like it has become more divided, our church can rise up and support reconciliation and engagement among our community. The following list of resources offers an opportunity to better understand the blessing of human difference.
- Dear White People: Here are 10 Actions You Can Take to Promote Racial Justice in the Workplace (Brownlee, Forbes, June 2020)
- White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack (McIntosh, Independent School, 2018)
- Who Gets to Be Afraid in America? (Kendi, The Atlantic, May 2020)
- One: Unity in a Divided World (Riggs, 2017)
Consider re-reading this book from a 2018 church-wide study
- How To Be An Antiracist (Kendi, 2019)
- Just Mercy (Stevenson, 2015)
- White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism (DiAngelo, 2018)
Movies:Available for free in June on various platforms in the U.S.:
Resources to Share Messaging with Children:
- 10 Tips for Teaching and Talking Race w/Kids–All Ages (EmbraceRace Article)
- A Kids Book About Racism–Ages 5+ (Memory, 2019)
- Hardcover copies of the book are currently on back-order.
- Kindle versions of the book are available on Amazon.
- 31 Children's books to support conversations on race, racism and resistance (Ages 3 to Grade 5)
- Social Justice: 15 Titles to Address Inequality, Equality & Organizing for Young Leaders (Grades 3-8)