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Not only is the Christian church spreading racism through poor Biblical scholarship, through oppression of communities in need, and through segregation, but it is also the cause of much of the racism the world sees today. Our Anti-Racism Workgroup will make more materials available in response to recent protests in the United States, but for now, we offer these resources.
Published by the African Methodist Episcopal Church. This Clergy Anti-Racism Preparedness Toolkit provides guidelines for direct actions that churches can take to proactively and legally resist hate groups. It provides tips and tools on what you can do when hate groups come to your town. It provides facts about how to identify hate groups in your area, together with anti-racism preparedness training tools.
Published by the Alliance of Baptists. This document is intended to serve as a resource to white people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work. If you haven’t engaged in anti-racism work in the past, start now. The Alliance is committed to and actively working toward becoming an anti-racist organization.
Published by Crossroads, this is an anti-racism training and organizing organization based in Chicago. While the most recent of these books appears to be at least ten years old, they provide an excellent foundation for deep self-work regarding racial bias and race relations. The Mission of Crossroads Anti-Racism Organizing & Training is to dismantle systemic racism and build anti-racist multicultural diversity within institutions and communities.
Organized religion just isn't filling the need for most anymore. Together, we guide spiritual but not religious seekers (and "nones") to a wealth of resources which might nourish their souls (think yoga, guided meditation, and poetry, not Sunday school) without attempting to lure them into organized religion or to profess any creedal statement.
Sometimes, organized religion does more harm than good. Together, we provide ministerial credentials for clearly gifted individuals who have experienced difficulty in an ordination process due to their gender identity or presentation, sexuality, or inclusive progressive theology.
Does this path call out to your spirit? Click here if it does.
If read out of historical and cultural context, the Bible is a pretty racist collection of books—bias in many other ways, too. Together, we provide resources to leaders of organized religion by offering workshops and opportunities for dialogue so they can confront their own bias and stop causing moral injury and spiritual trauma. These offerings envision an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, and multicultural Church.