United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities offers a list of Resources and Actions amidst the Chauvin Trial and 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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Dr. Greg Carey shares an overview and insights in Critical Race Theory: Coming to Terms.
African American Policy Forum short film: The Unequal Opportunity Race