• United Methodist Social Principles
  • United Methodist Resolutions Related To Race
  • The Charter for Racial Justice was created and adopted by the Women's Division (now United Methodist Women) of the United Methodist General Board of Global Ministries in 1978. In 1980 the division successfully recommended adoption of the charter by the whole denomination. General Conference has consecutively readopted it, every eight years since, most recently in 2008. The charter continues United Methodist Women's urgent call for study and action on the principles and goals of its vision.
  • The United Methodist Women created a digital and downloadable print version of a Racial Justice Timeline in the United Methodist Church and its predecessors.

  • NPR’s Code Switch Dive into understanding race and identity
  • 1619 Recounting the story of enslavement and race since the 400th aniiversary of black enslavement in the Americas
  • All My Relations From an indigenous American perspective
  • Seeing White Revealing series from Scene on Radio that uncovers development of “whiteness” and racism
  • The Next Question hosted by Austin Channing Brown

To suggest additional resources, email Rev. Andrew Fiser.

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