Find books, curricula, prayer, music, and worship elements (including a full sermon), and community organizations and businesses grouped to help congregations take next steps in antiracism work, creation care, and addressing intergenerational mental health and well-being in the WaterThreads - Woven Together: Water, Community, Well-Being. Available online and via requested download for member congregations - who should email: email@example.com - for access.
The Absalam Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing offers an extensive online resource library curated to support racial awareness and reconciliation across age groups, including their Dismantling Racism Youth Curriculum.
Honor God’s Diversity - God calls us to honor diversity that God has created in our world by diving deep beyond just accepting diversity. When we recognize and celebrate the different gifts, abilities, and voices in all creation, we honor the diversity in the world God has created.
With age-specific and intergenerational/full congregation curriculum available (click here and scroll down).
MennoMedia's Defund the Police? An Abolition Curriculum
four-session, downloadable Bible study; examines racisms, challenges students to work at changing systems that oppress people of color (MennoMedia)
web-based workbook originally designed to support the Dismantling Racism Works 2-day basic workshop; now offered as a free resource to the community; please credit dRworks when using their material; best if used on a computer; includes Action Tools and and lists of other resources for parents, teachers and others
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute: Liberation Curriculum
The PC(USA) Store created a list of their Antiracism books for all ages.
Disparity Trap: The Socially Conscious Board Game provides an easy way to have the hard conversations around race & privilege in America and how they impact society in systemically dominant (SD) and systemically non-dominant (SND) ways. The game play is like many of its kind, where your individual goal is to accrue as much wealth as possible. But where it differs is that you can have a team goal as well where you work with your fellow players to dismantle the Disparity Traps seeking to keep everyone in poverty. Within this game you also step into someone else’s shoes; to experience the disparities within an identity different from your own. Throughout the game, the dice roll correlates your identity in the game to real life statistics.
So like life, the dice are in your hands, but the odds are not.