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As the events in the US over the past few weeks have brought to light, once again, the ways in which we are failing our black brothers and sisters we, the staff of ThereforeGo Ministries, are heartbroken. We do not want to turn away from this pain, but instead, we would like to do a better job of pointing you towards resources to use with your Youth Group or during your SERVE experiences. 

The reality is that we are a staff of white individuals who are nowhere near experts on the topic of anti-racism. So we will not be writing think pieces or attempting to develop resources of our own. But instead, we have compiled a list of organizations, curriculum, media, and other materials that may help you bring this conversation to the surface with your teenagers. 

CRCNA Race Relations

Be The Bridge

  • This Christian organization has been working to empower people and culture toward racial healing, equity and reconciliation for years. On their website,, you will find countless resources including a section specifically designed for teenagers.
  • Website:

CCDA Justice Initiatives

Video Series: The Next Question

Austin Channing Brown

Resources listed by Robin DiAngelo: (Categories include: General, for White Parents, Handouts, Education System)

Andre Henry

Ally Henny

The Witness

Emmanuel Acho

  • Uncomfortable conversations with a black man (via Twitter

For a more detailed list that was compiled by and for social workers and parents in the United States, check out the link below: 

  • (This list includes books, movies, podcasts, articles, social media accounts and other resources about Anti-Racism.


Curriculum: Seek Social Justice

Curriculum: Letter to the Exiles


Recommending Robin Diangelo to CRC youth groups?  I think that is an extremely poor recommendation, and yes I have read White Fragility so I am not unaware of what she thinks, writes and advocates.

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