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Anti-Racism: Adults: Multicultural/Multiracial Congregation

books, videos, online resources for individual and group study/discussion on racism, antiracism and white supremacy culture

In Our Library

Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us about Wisdom,  Persistence, and Strength: Kat Armas: 9781587435089: Books     Picture of Color-Courageous Discipleship     Cultural Intelligence | Baker Publishing Group     Ethnic Blends     First Nations Version: An Indigenous Translation of the New Testament, Softcover  -     Edited By: First Nations Version Translation Council    By: Terry M. Wildman     God and Race     Cover Image     A Master Class on Being Human          The Post-Black and Post-White Church: Becoming the Beloved Community in a Multi-Ethnic World     Book - Paperback     re:MIX: Transitioning Your Church to Living Color   -     By: Bob Whitesel, Mark DeYmaz     Product Image     Ten Essential Strategies for Becoming a Multiracial Congregation     9781570757914: This Little Light: Lessons in Living from Sister Thea Bowman     Cover for United by Faith     

Children's Books

Main_angels_ride_bikes     I Love You Mucho Mucho     Our Little Kitchen: Tamaki, Jillian + Free Shipping     The Sea-Ringed World          A Year of Celebraciones     Yuna's Cardboard Castles

Books

Becoming Kin: An Indigenous Call to Unforgetting the Past and Reimagining Our Future     Ethnography as a Pastoral Practice, 2nd ed | An Introduction (Moschella)     Our Unforming: De-Westernizing Spiritual Formation     A Space for Us     

In Our Library - Children

     

Multimedia

Abundant CommunityWe Hold Medicine for Each Other – A Conversation about Race

By Quanita RobersonTenneson Woolf

In this podcast, Quanita Roberson and Tenneson Woolf explore the dimensions of race, including how the wounds of colonization live on in all of us, how to own your work while compassionately allowing others to do theirs, and the promise that this deeper path can hold for true freedom.

THIS set of slides on pronouncing a name from a culture that is not your own is very useful and practical - and helpful when you want to be hospitable and welcoming whether in your building or your neighborhood.