Racial Justice Ministry (RJM) defines antiracism awareness and education as: “Continuous learning through reading, listening, observing with an open heart & mind. Intentionally seeking out new information that comes through sources in the BIPOC community. Centering voices that bring their lived experience of oppression.” 

When learning to be an antiracist or learnings something new about antiracism, RJM offers these ways to dismantle racism and show commitment to the 8th principle:  

RJM has committed to build an anti-racism library with fiction and non-fiction reads. Books will be available after church during coffee hour on select Sundays. 

Click see our current library titles here

Check out University of Michigan’s Anti-racism primer 

Also see:
Accountability/Engagement: Accepting 
Action/Advocacy: Doing