Anti-Racism Resources

Anti-Racism Resources
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Our mission is to empower women through Christian principles, to live a purpose-filled life by creating a safe space for sharing, providing personal development workshops and leadership training, and by creating a woman of purpose community. Now, more than ever, our community wants to make sure every voice is heard, loved, and empowered.

Today, we stand in unity, solidarity, and advocating for peaceful solutions to help us get to a place where we can see and acknowledge the pain our black brothers and sisters have been facing for so many years. When we help to heal the one that is hurting the most, we can begin to recover from years of systematic oppression.

Below you will find various local and national educational anti-racism resources to help empower you:

NATIONAL

  • The A.C.T. Now to End Racism: an initiative of the National Council of Churches urges the NCC, its members and partners to Awaken to the many manifestations of white supremacy and racism especially in the church, to Confront the need for change, and to work to transform church and society into a reflection of the inclusive and equitable reign of God. {READ MORE}
  • Children Resource: “Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism. A CNN/Sesame Street Town Hall for Kids and Families” will air on Saturday, June 6, at 10 a.m. ET. {READ MORE}
  • Fortune News: The antiracist resources Fortune staffers are reading and sharing. {READ MORE}

This list includes:

    • Organizations to support
    • Books to read and discuss
    • Articles and blog posts
    • Films and TV shows
    • Instagram accounts to follow
    • Black-owned businesses to support
    • Resources for parents
    • Podcasts

LOCAL

  • Center for the Healing of Racism:  In 1989, an ethnically diverse group of individuals met in Houston, Texas, to discuss the impact of racism. The emphasis was on personal growth, healing, and the exploration of ways to heal racism. The group focused on the principle that racism violates the oneness of humanity. This group began to develop weekend workshops, including our “Dialogue” Racism workshop, to inform and overcome racial tensions and prejudices. {READ MORE}
  • Hope City Church: Love God. Love People. Change The World. One church, many locations. Pastor Jeremy Foster has created a multicultural church focused on God. He has taken a strong stand on racism and speaks the truth from God’s word.  Here’s a short video with one of his messages. {READ MORE}
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