Structural racism has been brought into the open through COVID-19, and the recent deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd. As the church, we have the opportunity to listen, learn and respond. Below are resources to help you.
Resources for Children and Families
How to Talk about Racial Justice and Racism with Youth
This series of presentation and conversation on Zoom will equip leaders to talk about racism and racial justice with young people. It is led by Deacon Colleen Bernu and members of the NE MN Synod Together Here and Anti-Racism teams.
Part One: Implicit Bias, Personal Reflection and Spiritual Growth
Part One helps us understand implicit bias, racial microaggressions and white supremacy. Participants are encouraged to first do our own soul searching as we take a look at our understanding relationship to structural racism - a necessary step before we begin conversations with young people.
Handouts and Links from Part One: