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Anti-Racism Video Resources

 

 

As part of the Bishop's Task Force on Anti-Racism, the Beloved Community Team has launched a new video series that will feature United Methodists across the state each month who will speak to their individual experiences with racism and their hopes for the future of our Conference. 

Episode 1: Bishop Ken Carter - Download
 

 

Conversations on race, racism and the Christian witness. Hosted by Rev. Roy Terry,  pastor of Cornerstone UMC in Naples.

Episode 2: Marxism/Communism/Socialism - Ways Conversations on Race and Civil Rights are Demonized  - Download

 

 

Episode 2: Why is it Difficult to Talk About Racism? - Download

 

Bishop Ken Carter and Rev. Dr. Sharon Austin co-hosted a webinar on July 10 about the book How To Be An Antiracist by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi. They were joined by Rev. Dr. Geraldine McClellan who personally knew Dr. Kendi when he worshipped at Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church in Gainesville, FL.  A number of small groups across the conference are also reading this book, which will be foundational to the Bishop’s Task Force on Anti-Racism. We invite you to watch this webinar and share your own learnings. Click here to buy the book How To Be An Antiracist. Download

 

 

In this video, Bishop Palmer reflects on anti-racism in relation to the mission and unity of the church, the implications of anti-racism for a holiness movement, and anti-racism and the integrity of the Gospel. 
Date: October 24, 2020 | Download the video here.
 

 

 

 

Fighting Voter Suppression - Download here
 
 
How to Be an Informed Voter - Download here
 

Voting as a Matter of Faith - Download here