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Resources on Anti‑Racism

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Anti-Racism in the Renewing of Christian Worship What Shall We Do with Law and Order? Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Racism , Oppression , Tyranny , Gospel Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection Sermon notes on Galatians 2:15-21 from the Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection. The oppression of racism confronts us with our failures. We must look to the gospel of justification by faith for hope. Liturgical Language Audio/Video by Anthony Bailey Audio/Video by Anthony Bailey Topics: Racism , Public Speaking , Language , Sermon Source: Working Preacher A video from an anti-racism and cultural competency trainer: Liturgical language can be misheard or misunderstood. Therefore, the community must seek to collectively consider the language we use to worship more fully. Black Theology and a Legacy of Oppression Sermon Illustration by M Shawn Copeland Sermon Illustration by M Shawn Copeland Topics: Racism , Culture , Cultures , Oppression Source: America: The Jesuit Review After the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., James H. Cone denounced mainline Protestant and Catholic Christians' lukewarm response; further critique is offered of "Elegant Racism," which is more subtle and even more difficult to address. Rachel's Weeping Must Cease! Sermon (Complete) by Robert M Zanicky Sermon (Complete) by Robert M Zanicky Topics: Racism , Hatred , Pride , History Source: Day1 Robert M. Zanicky preaches against anti-Judaism and anti-Semitism from Matthew 2:13-23. Help Your Church Start Discussing Race Today Sermon Illustration Sermon Illustration Topics: Racism , Church , Justice , History Source: Missio Alliance Here are 38 resources from Missio Alliance including books, articles, interviews, speeches, stories, and more. They address topics such as race and racism in America and multi-ethnic churches. Empathic and Incarnational: A Better Christian Ethic Article by Reggie Williams Article by Reggie Williams Topics: Racism , Theology , Ethics , Compassion Source: Fuller Studio Reflecting on racism and Christian ethics, Reggie Williams writes that Christ is our empathic representative who becomes a model of Christian discipleship by demonstrating the interaction that Christians are to have with one another in Christ. Interview with Claudia Rankine and the Conversation about Race Audio/Video by Claudia Rankine Audio/Video by Claudia Rankine Topics: Racism , Blackness , Conversation , Race Source: On Being The poet, essayist, and playwright Claudia Rankine says every conversation about race doesn’t need to be about racism. (Podcast length: 51:27) I’m a Conservative Latina. Is There a Place for Me in Trump’s Republican Party after Charlottesville? Article by Ashleen Menchaca-Bagnulo Article by Ashleen Menchaca-Bagnulo Topics: Racism , Immigration , Families , Labor Source: America: The Jesuit Review In the face of an emboldened White supremacy movement, conservatives must confront racism in its ranks and to question unsavory political alliances, rather than to minimize or deny the rise of racism under President Trump. Developing Congregational Reengagement Strategies Article by Nathan Kirkpatrick Article by Nathan Kirkpatrick Topics: Racism , Health , Leadership Source: Faith and Leadership Beyond keeping churchgoers safe amid COVID-19 when buildings reopen, congregational leaders need to consider welcoming new visitors, revising their strategic plan, and addressing the coronavirus and the virus of racism. Biblical Reconciliation through the Worship Arts Article by Angie Hong Article by Angie Hong Topics: Racism , Art , Reconciliation , Worship Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship An interview with Angie Hong where she speaks about how God calls all Christians and congregations to the ministry of reconciliation. Sometimes this happens best through the worship arts. By Any Means Necessary Article by Ted Olsen Article by Ted Olsen Topics: Racism , Slavery , History Source: Christian History Institute Ted Olsen describes the development of the tensions between white and black abolitionists. For whites, the end of slavery was the goal; for blacks, they were fighting the nation's larger problem of racism and discrimination. The Persistent Problem Article by Michael O Emerson Article by Michael O Emerson Topics: Racism , Society Source: The Christian Reflection Project The United States as a nation is racialized. Michael O. Emerson talks about different perspectives between white Americans and people of color on racism and how we can work together to undo the racialized society. What I learned on Spring Break, 1968 Article by James Calvin Schaap Article by James Calvin Schaap Topics: Racism , Pride Source: The Twelve Describing his encounters with racism amidst the life and death of Martin Luther King Jr., James Schaap's article discusses how national and racial pride can manifest in hateful forms. Confessions of a Taiwanese-American White Supremacist in Recovery (Part 2) Article by Judy Wu Dominick Article by Judy Wu Dominick Topics: Racism , Injustice , Social Justice Source: Missio Alliance This article argues that fighting for racial unity within the Church requires us to diversify our relationships, practice humble listening and learning, re-evaluate our own identity, and recognize all forms of racism. 'We Are Not the Virus' Practical How-To by Gigie Sijera-Grant Practical How-To by Gigie Sijera-Grant Topics: Racism Source: Women of the ELCA Gigie Sijera-Grant reflects on racism against Asian-Americans amid COVID-19, and offers suggestions for those who experience discrimination against Asian-Americans. The Law’s Fracture Lines Article by Christopher T Holmes Article by Christopher T Holmes Topics: Racism , Sin , Law , Injustice Source: Day1 In this article with accompanying Bible study questions, Christopher Holmes reflects on Romans 7:15-25 and the importance of continued and constant effort against racism and social injustice. Race, Class, and the Kingdom of God Article by Joan Huyser-Honig Article by Joan Huyser-Honig Topics: Racism , Culture , Cultures , Reconciliation Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship This article by Joan Huyser-Honig is about Arrabon’s Race, Class, and the Kingdom of God curriculum which gives small groups the shared knowledge, language, and practices to effectively address deep cultural tensions and divisions. Speaking the Truth in Love Sermon (Complete) by Richard Goeres Sermon (Complete) by Richard Goeres Topics: Racism , Love , Sin , Truthfulness Source: Day1 This sermon by Richard Goeres on Mark 7 holds together the themes of truth and love, understanding the need to be honest about our sin, but never letting that truth overtake God's love for us. The Spiritual Work of Black Lives Matter Audio/Video by Patrisse Cullors Audio/Video by Patrisse Cullors Topics: Racism , Community , Blackness , Trauma Source: On Being Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors presents a luminous vision of the spiritual core of Black Lives Matter. In this conversation, she joins a physician and philanthropist who studies how trauma can be healed in bodies... Gregory of Nyssa and the Culture of Oppression Article by Kimberly Flint-Hamilton Article by Kimberly Flint-Hamilton Topics: Racism , Justice , Slavery , Oppression Source: The Christian Reflection Project "Gregory of Nyssa spoke out against the institution of slavery in a way that non had before, vilifying it as incompatible with Christianity." An article on the lessons we can learn from Nyssa today.