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Welcome to the United States: A Guidebook for Refugees
This guide provides practical information and workbook activities for refugees as they resettle in the United States.
Is there a "Christian" way to deal with immigration?
Theology Crawl offers an open-ended discussion guide for use in informal, inclusive settings.
How pastors can help their congregations address the issue of immigration
This practical article offers ways to address immigration with congregations, particularly where there is resistance.
I Was a Stranger: What the Bible Says about Immigrants
This list of scripture passages reveals God’ s care for those who have been displaced.
The Black Church (PBS): This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song
This two-part PBS documentary celebrates the Black Church as a bedrock of resilience through America's 400-year history of oppression and slavery.
The Black Church (PBS companion book)
A companion to the PBS documentary series, this book amplifies the Black Church's 400-year journey of resilience and public witness.
Be the Bridge
Addressing systemic racism within the church, this book facilitates restorative reconciliation through discussion, lament, confession, repentence, and forgiveness.
New Visions for Black Men
This book encourages boys with wisdom from scripture, African history, and psychology to develop into Godly men.
Asian American Christian Collaborative
This ecumenical organization highlights various Asian American experiences and provides resources to explore racial justice and personal identity.
Failing at Assimilation and Finding Abundance
This article shares the personal experience of an Asian American woman as a volunteer in an Evangelical Church. It considers issues of white transparency, white superiority and hospitality.
Becoming an Anti-racist Church: Journeying Toward Wholeness
This powerful book explains racism in the American church and outlines practical strategies to become an anti-racist congregation.
It's Movement Time Again: a sermon by Rev. William Barber II
This masterful lesson preaches the history of racism, public policy, and religion in America, ultimately calling for an interfaith reconstuction of the United States.
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