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Letter from Birmingham Jail
This historic letter from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. discusses nonviolent protest, segragation, oppression, racial justice, the white moderate, and activism.
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Sisters in Loss
This community, led by Erica McAfee, supports Black women who have experienced grief and situations related to miscarriage, infant loss or infertility.
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Appreciative Inquiry Commons
This online hub for all things AI explains the positive change framework, offers a wide range of resources, and connects people to a global community.
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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
This website provides a variety of resources to learn effective leadership.
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Emotionally Healthy Discipleship
This website, based on Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (EHS) by pastor and author Peter Scazzero, provides congregations with the missing components of most spiritual formation approaches which is the integration of emotional health and contemplative spirituality.
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White Homework
This website provides resources for anyone starting to learn about systemic racism and anti-racism.
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Secure Community Network
This website provides news updates and education to safeguard Jewish communities and families.
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The Front Porch
This website convenes conversations about theology and biblical faithfulness in African American churches.
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Relational Authority: The State of Religion and Young People 2020
This short, accessible e-book shares implications of research based on 13- to 25-year-olds and religion.
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