Anti-Racism resources

Racism is a sin and a blight on our nation. We must all do what we can to stand united against systemic racism. #blacklivesmatter

Here are some anti-racism resources that we hope you will find worth investigating. It’s not an exhaustive list but it is a start. We hope we will all find something we can do to bring us closer to the peace and justice of God’s kin-dom.

* What we can do in Kalamazoo:

* 75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice:

* What I need from my White Allies by Rev. Darrell Goodwin:

* How to respond… I have some reservations about some of this but I think it is at the very least though-provoking.

* Know your rights while demanding justice for George Floyd (from the ACLU):

* The Cross and the Lynching Tree: A Requiem for Ahmaud Arbery: Within this video is a sermon by Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III. If you want to see just the sermon, view

* The Racial Reality of America — a webinar put together by the Wild Goose Festival:

* UCC Resources:

* The Poor People’s Campaign:

* From the Union of Concerned Scientists:

* In-person training and workshops… Allies for Change offers a very good anti-racism workshop called “Doing Our Own Work.” You can check out their website at ERACCE is another organization I’m aware of that offers anti-racism workshops. Their website is I’m not sure either group has scheduled trainings at the moment due to COVID-19 but you can use their websites to keep up to date if you are interested.

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