The mission of the Racial Justice Ministry is to engage every setting of the Southern New England Conference of the United Church of Christ to eradicate racism in our personal, interpersonal, institutional and cultural realms.
SNEUCC offers Racial Justice Workshops, two-day programs that help participants explore personal experiences, develop shared language, understand how racism operates, recognize examples of white privilege, and plan ways to act against racism.
Top Things to Read Now
A Reflection on Ahmaud Arbery's Murder and Racism, by Rev. Dr. Donique McIntosh
There Are Precious Few Good Police, by Rev. Marilyn Kendrix, Bridge Conference Minister
Racism in the Time of COVID-19, by Zinzi Bailey, Sharrelle Barber, Whitney Robinson, Jaime Slaughter-Acey, Chandra Ford, Shawnita Sealy-Jefferson
Allies to Anti-Racist Accomplices - Resources for the Stages of White Identity, created by Anna Stamborski, M.Div Candidate; Nikki Zimmermann, M.Div candidate; Bailie Gregory, M.Div., M.S. Ed.
Pay Attention. And Act, reflection by Rev. Don Remick
A Message to White Allies, by Nancy Taylor, Senior Minister, Old South Church in Boston
Strange fruit Jolie Rock, Resident Artist at St. Peter United in Houston Texas, performs this song which she states is "not meant to make you feel good."
The Cross and the Lynching Tree: A Requiem for Ahmaud Arbery, video of Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr’s cinematic sermon preached at Trinity UCC Sunday, May 17
Raising Anti-Racist Children - video with Piper Kendrix Williams, co-author of The Toni Morrison Book Club
"Racial Trauma in Film: How Viewers Can Address Re-traumatization" from Northwestern University