silenced in our society and in the Church for generations.

We believe it is the duty of our White church members to acknowledge the harms experienced by Black people, hold space for healing, and prepare ourselves for action, dialogue and transformation. We hope this collection of resources will help you, whether you are starting this journey, continuing it, or are healing as you struggle with the harsh realities of racism in the US.
No book, article or film is wholly adequate, or entirely without fault in logic or information. However, these books have been suggested by members of our congregation as being helpful to them in understanding important views on the issue of racism.

We respectfully point you to the website of our brethren at the Northlake Church of Christ in Tucker, Georgia. Resources to help all of us better understand each other.

If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.

Lilla Watson, Indigenous Australian (Murri) activist

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