The Anti-racism Digital Library serves as a clearinghouse for information resources about people, groups, and projects who are building inclusive and caring communities. Anti-racism can be defined as some form of focused and sustained action, which includes inter-culturalinter-faithmulti-lingual and inter-abled i.e. differently abled communities with the intent to change a system or an institutional policypractice, or procedure which has racist effects. Read more...

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Shifting Information Realities

SIRV7.pdf

Text of the Address by Dr. Anita S. Coleman at her Faculty Installation, 167th Spring Convocation of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary…

Sing a New Song: Black Presbyterians United, 1984 (Video)

Black_Presbyterians_United_1984.docx

16 mins 20 seconds. Footage of Black Presbyterians United gathering 1984, including Lenton Gunn, Jr., Gayraud Wilmore, Prathia Hall-Wynn, Joan…

25 to 1: People of Color Experiences in Unitarian Universalism 1980-2005

25-to-1-people-of-color-experiences-in-unitarian-u.pdf

The odds of meeting a person of color in the Unitarian Universalists Association is 25 to 1, says Santos-Lyons. In a liberal faith with a commitment…

Racism and Its Effects

racism-and-its-effits.pdf

The Reverend Dr. Stephen H. Furrer, Interim Minister, Unitarian Universalist Community Church of Santa Monica, California explores in a 6 page talk…