United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities offers a list of Resources and Actions Amidst amidst the Chauvin Trialand the Death of Daunte Wright, including opportunities for Prayer/Meditation, Holding Memory, Changing Policies, Impacting Public Discourse, and Engaging Our Emotions.
SURJ-TC organizes white people to build the political will needed to end white supremacy through political education, direct action, self reflection, and community-building, and by following the example and leadership of BIPOC partners.
Here’s what you can do to authentically engage with Black History this month and every month.
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All Rev’d Up explores where faith intersects politics and culture. Rev. Irene Monroe and Rev. Emmett G. Price III come from different black faith perspectives, they’re of different generations, they hail from different parts of the country, and they come together in this podcast to talk about faith in a different way. They don’t always agree, but they always hear each other out. Dive into conversations around race, faith, and this week’s headlines with the Revs every other Wednesday. When something happens in the world, you want their take on it. All Rev’d Up is produced by WGBH.
by Loretta June Ross of Yes! Magazine
He would have turned 27 today. A look at how the teenager’s killing changed America — and inspired the Black Lives Matter movement.
Dr. Greg Carey shares an overview and insights in Critical Race Theory: Coming to Terms.
Harvard Divinity School conversation: Cultural Appropriation in Neopagan and New Age Religion with Sabina Magliocco.
African American Policy Forum short film: The Unequal Opportunity Race
Told by the activists and leaders who live and breathe this movement for justice, Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at the Ferguson uprising.