Racial Justice & Antiracism Resources

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The murder of George Floyd in early June was a tipping point in the 400-year struggle of African Americans to break free from white oppression, racism and institutionalized violence against black bodies.  People the world over have protested in the streets, and a time of systemic change is upon us. 

This fall, South Church will offer opportunities to read and discuss a few seminal books on anti-racism.  We will begin in September by discussing How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi.  Until then, we share with you the following resources:

  • Faith and Justice Cafe  (a virtual exchange where we can share ideas, inspiration, experiences, reflections, photos and videos pertaining to racial justice.)

  • Books for Young Adults and Children

  • A Letter from Aleta Payne to My White Sisters in Christ

  • How South Church Can Become a Racial Justice Church

       (A curriculum from the NH Conference of the UCC)