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Resources and programs for leaders and congregations include accessibility education and consultation, Beyond Categorical Thinking, Welcoming Congregation, and Living the Welcoming Congregation. A new program in development is Building the World We Dream About, a welcoming congregation curriculum that will focus on ways to affirm and include persons who identify as people of color and/or Latina/Latino and Hispanic and ministries that support families of color and multiracial families.
Social Justice (UU) Resources
Resource for your congregation
The Sankofa Project Archives advances a collection that digitizes, records, and showcases the lives and ministries of Unitarian Universalist ministers and laity of color and of Latin/Hispanic ancestries.
The Racial Ethnic Multicultural Network (REM)
of The Association of Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc. ACPE is a multicultural, multi-faith organization devoted to providing education and improving the quality of ministry and pastoral care offered by spiritual caregivers of all faiths through the clinical educational methods of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE).
School of the Americas Watch—Training Groups
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Print resources for Anti-Racism work
Sustaining Urban Pastoral Excellence, Boston University
A program of compensated leave, study, and spiritual formation for urban pastors.
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Last updated on Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
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