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Resources for Racial Justice

Written by the JWUMC Staff on June 10, 2020 | Found in: Resources

As United Methodists, we can be agents of transformation by changing our beliefs, changing our actions, and working to change the world. We need to allow God to shape our inner thoughts and attitudes. As we work individually and collectively on understanding racism, in our own lives and society, our pastors and staff have compiled a list of resources for our congregation. We hope this provides a launching pad for education, conversation, and direct action. We will continue to pursue future activities and programming around racial justice at JWUMC.

READ
Be The Bridge - Latasha Morrison
White Fragility - Robin DiAngelo
I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings - Maya Angelou

WATCH
13th
Just Mercy
The Hate U Give
Selma
Fruitvale Station

LISTEN
How To Be Anti-Racist - Brene Brown & Ibram X. Kendi - Podcast
How White Parents Can Talk About Race  - All Things Considered
1619 - Podcast
Code Switch - Podcast