Valuable Resources to Start Talking About Racism

  596 views

Given the troubling times in which we live, Colin Watson, Executive Director of the CRCNA, would like to invite all church leaders to fully participate in upcoming opportunities for conversation about racism, race relations, and justice.

Listed below are some links to upcoming seminars, trainings, podcasts and other resources. It is our hope that if leaders engage in dialogue about these things together, we can shepherd our congregations and the process of reconciliation can begin.

Upcoming Webinars and Workshops

Visit www.crcna.org/race/workshops to find and schedule a workshop for your congregation   

Save the date! "White Work 2.0" a webinar hosted by Race Relations on June 25 from 12-1:30pm EDT

Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR) - virtual workshops in August/Sept and Dec 2021

The Ideology of Whiteness asynchronous learning (this online course can be done on your own, anytime)

Prayers and Worship Materials

Weekly Justice Prayers (Office of Social Justice)

Worship Resources about Racism (Race Relations)

Books:

Movies:

  • Just Mercy (2019) PG-13 Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx
  • Green Book (2018) PG-13 Viggo Mortensen, Mahershala Ali
  • The Hate U Give (2018) PG-13 Amandla Stenberg
  • Selma (2015) PG-13 David Oyelowo, Oprah
  • 42 (2013) PG-13 Chadwick Boseman

Libraries of Resources

The Resources page on the Race Relations website 

The Resources page on the Office of Social Justice website 

Social Media Pages

Race Relations Facebook page

Office of Social Justice Facebook page

Podcasts

The Antioch podcast - weekly recorded conversations among a multiracial team of Christian antiracism educators and friends 

Posted in:
Image Credit

The Network hosts user-submitted content.
Posts don't necessarily imply CRCNA endorsement, but must comply with our community guidelines.

Let's Discuss…

We love your comments! Thanks for your help upholding the Community Guidelines to make this an encouraging and respectful community for everyone.