Jun 15, 2020Be the change you wish to see in the world

Be the change you wish to see in the world

Kim Snodgrass One-minute read.   Resources

Prayer for Racial Justice – Sylvia Gaitan, St. Augustine’s, Kansas City, Missouri, reading 2 Chronicles 1:7, 10. Image credit: Mary Ann Teschan

If you’ve been spending the last week wondering how to be a positive force working towards a world where pain and suffering isn’t caused by a fellow human there are answers – and most of them involve conversation and education. We don’t understand what we don’t know.

With so many resources about anti-racism, I encourage you to just pick one and take a step towards your growing edge, the place inside you that wants change but is scared or uncertain how to make change happen.

Now is the time to ask – how am I loving, liberating, and life-giving? Just one of the following anti-racism resources below can help us be an agent of change at home, at work, at school, in our community, and around the world. Check for updates each week for organizations, books videos, films, and podcasts.

Embrace Race offers many tips for choosing books that help parents to raise anti-racist children

75 Things White People Can Do To For Racial Justice

If you have young people at home or church, Embrace Race offers many tips for choosing books that help parents to raise anti-racist children and NPR ran a recent segment on how white parents can talk to their kids about race.

If you are ordained, how will you respond to this Clergy Declaration?

Christianity is about transformation and every single human being has work to do.

Kim Snodgrass is Assistant to the Bishop for Christian Formation.

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