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Courting Justice

Racial justice resources explain historical injustices, dignify diverse experiences, and share strategies to advocate for civil rights.

Resources

5 Resources
book
An African American and Latinx History of the United States
This book tells America's history through the African American and Latinx lenses, exposing harmful historic systems that prevent civil rights today.
web resource
Equal Justice Initiative (EJI)
This organization sheds light on America's legacy of slavery, racial violence, and mass incarceration. Through its museum and outreach programs, visitors learn about inequalities and reparative actions to address contemporary injustices.
organization
Mosaix Global Network
This organization provides resources and membership for congregations interested in establishing healthy multi-ethnic communities.
web resource
Publicly Engaged Church for Justice and Peace
This ELCA resource hub offers community organizing and advocacy tools for congregations.
web resource
Reconciliation Ministry
The Reconciliation Ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is an acknowledgment of the division and misshapen self-understanding that racism has caused within the church. It is a resource to congregations that are seeking to build just communities and work toward unity and reconciliation.

About the Contributor

Contributor
Bere Gil Soto

Reverend Bere Gil Soto serves as the pastor of Iglesia Hermandad Cristiana (Disciples of Christ), a vibrant and growing Latinx congregation on the west side of Indianapolis. She was born and raised in San Luis Potosí, Mexico, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology. She also holds a master of arts in marriage and family therapy and a master of divinity, both from Christian Theological Seminary.

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