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NYAC: Coloring Beyond the Lines April 16, 2014

GCORR awarded CORR Action Fund grants in 2013 to six UMC projects that support or replicate culturally diverse, relevant and vital congregations; develop culturally competent leadership and ministries; or promote

CORR Action Fund Intercultural Competency
Asbury UMC: York City Race Matters April 16, 2014

GCORR awarded CORR Action Fund grants in 2013 to six UMC projects that support or replicate culturally diverse, relevant and vital congregations; develop culturally competent leadership and ministries; or promote

CORR Action Fund
What Can Ethnic Caucuses Teach the Church? April 3, 2014

People of color are the disciples who can bring new life to The United Methodist Church. That was a recurring theme throughout a historic gathering March 26-27 that for the

Multiculturalism
GCORR Board Retreat Focused on 2016 General Conference March 17, 2014

More Effective Monitoring Practices Topped List of Priorities Members of the General Commission on Religion and Race’s (GCORR) Board of Directors recently dedicated three days of prayerful discernment to GCORR’s

Other News
In Word and Prayer March 3, 2014

By The Rev. Sharletta M. Green This fall I was invited to participate in GCORR’s Vital Conversations Learning Lab with members of the Northeastern Jurisdiction (NEJ). At the event, representatives

Race and Ethnicity
Conferences Engage in Cultural Competency March 3, 2014

GCORR Team Leader of Monitoring and Advocacy Giovanni Arroyo and Training and Development Specialist Grace Cajiuat met recently with leaders from the Río Grande and Southwest Texas Conferences at University

Intercultural Competency
Crossing Boundaries: New Day UMC February 10, 2014

Until recently, Kazembe Balagun was not much for reading the Bible or attending worship regularly. It’s not that he didn’t believe in God or long for a spiritual home. It

Race and Ethnicity
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