Two children’s formation leaders write that networks of training and support are crucial for the success of anti-racism efforts in faith communities.
Faith communities can play a crucial role to counter efforts that limit what is taught about our nation’s past and present, including the banning of books and censoring of curriculum content. Most churches already have the mechanisms in place to offer formation. Here are resources to make those offerings practically, thoughtfully and intentionally anti-racist.
Effective youth programs require training, a sense of mission and a willingness to adapt, one vacation Bible school expert says.
Throughout its history, the Black church has played a crucial role in providing education where it was denied. That work continues today.
Three explicit shifts can help shape programs that counter public efforts to limit teaching about racism and injustice.
Ending racial trauma requires discipleship in order to overcome evil and achieve transformation, writes an author in this adapted excerpt from her new book.
Against a backdrop of book banning, attacks on school curricula and the highly publicized death of yet another Black man after an incident of police violence, bestselling authors Kendi and Stone assure a group of North Carolina eighth graders of their humanity and equality.