Walter Brueggemann reflects on Discriminatory Gaslighting in biblical contexts and how it has served and supported white supremacy culture.
This 2019 podcast series documents the 1965 murder of Rev. James Reeb in Selma, Alabama. Three men were tried and acquitted, but no one was ever held to account. Fifty years later, two journalists from Alabama return to the city where it happened, expose the lies that kept the murder from being solved and uncover a story about guilt and memory that says as much about America today as it does about the past. The podcast is available on all major podcasts apps.
Krista Tippet explores being human and being white with John Biewen.
Padraig O Tuama reads Meleika Gesa-Fatafehi's poem, Say My Name and discusses it's ramifications for personal history, identity, belonging and awareness - and the many ways these can be stripped by people who dismiss or mispronounce other's names.
Tips for Creating Effective White Caucus Groups by Craig Elliot, PhD
White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh
White Fatigue: Authored and narrated by Robe Imbriano and executive produced and creative directed by BigStar’s Josh Norton.
[See also: What Is White Fatigue?]
Disrupting White Supremacy: Seeking Justice, Caring for Community, Preparing for the Days Ahead: United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, in partnership with the Minnesota Council of Churches and the Minnesota Conference of the United Church of Christ, hosted a powerful virtual public conversation in preparation for the trials of the former police officers charged in George Floyd’s death. The dialogue was led by Rev. Traci Blackmon and Rev. Steven Belton, and moderated by Rev. Dr. Gary Green of United. Watch webinar