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Resources for Anti-racism study
A resource guide to aid in understanding and facilitating "anti-racism" in an effort to further progress toward a multi-cultural Christian community.
"These workshops [from the CRCNA] can help you and your congregation to get started in understanding the ways that systems that elevate and demote people based on race show up in your community, your country, and your church. It’s all about honoring the image of God in each person and leaning towards Revelation 7:9."
Provided by the Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce, "the Institute for Healing Racism is an opportunity to start this dialogue by bringing racism to the forefront of discussions and examining it as both a personal and societal problem."
"The Center for the Study of White American Culture (CSWAC) was founded in April 1995 by Jeff Hitchcock and Charley Flint, an interracial couple with a lifelong interest in matters of racial justice and equity...The founders envisioned an organization that would raise consciousness about the roles whiteness and white American culture occupy in the racial structure of United States society. In 1995 this topic was not discussed in mainstream public settings."