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Driving while black and white

Bishop Marianne Budde reflects on the experience of two priests who were stopped by the police while driving through North Carolina with members of their family.

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Multi-racial United States

The United States’ multi-racial population has grown at three times the rate of the general population since the beginning of the millennium.

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Church and Empire

“Can a church run by privileged people who have little to no firsthand knowledge of systemic oppression effectively minister to oppressed folks?
“Probably not.”

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Why Anti-racism? part 2

We want people to come to Anti-Racism training cheerfully and not grudgingly because there is some church canon or decree from their bishop that they have to check this box or miss out on some needed certification. We want people to come to Anti-Racism training because learning how to overcome the sin of racism will enable us to love one another as Jesus loves each one of us.

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