"I have committed myself to serve those who are exposed to racism and need God’s mercy and justice around the world."
On November 4, the CRC Office of Race Relations is co-hosting a free webinar offering guidance for Christian organizations on the (often polarizing) topic of diversity.
The Office of Race Relations is celebrating 50 years of service. Over the next few months we will be featuring the stories of people who have been humbly displaying distinguished leadership in diversity and racial justice work within the CRC.
La Oficina de Relaciones Raciales tiene el privilegio de presentar a Minho Jeong, uno de los beneficiarios de las Becas para estudiantes multirraciales 2021/22.
La revolución sexual que comenzó en la década de 1960 es ahora tan omnipresente e ineludible como los anuncios emergentes en las pantallas de nuestras computadoras. Casi ningún hogar, familia o persona se ha visto afectada por ella. Lo mismo se aplica al racismo sistémico.
Why is it difficult to teach and preach about racism? The Office of Race Relations held a webinar discussion with a few leaders from across the US on May 11, 2021 focusing on this question.
Here are resources to help your church celebrate the multicultural church of Christ!
This asynchronous learning course (online, DIY) will help individuals to learn and understand the beginning of the racial division between white and non-white peoples.
Join the CRC Office of Race Relations on January 17 as they co-sponsor a virtual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Community Celebration!