Written by:
John Hodges-Batzka


Resources for Conversations on Racism

Young leaders in the United Methodist Church are organizing to help provide resources and support for addressing issues of systemic racism in our culture. As a part of this work, these leaders have committed to making available a list of resources to help congregations engage in constructive conversations with young people around the issue of race.

Using a new, searchable database, you can find resources that will help you confront the problem of racism in your own context. Know of a resource that can help spur people to action? You can also submit a resource for consideration in the database.

Learn more about the work of the Racism Task Conversation at umcyoungpeople.org.