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Racism in the Central Conferences

It is there – It is here, let us talk about it, let us listen to the reality of it, and let us stop it By Åsa Nausner As a

Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism News Race and Ethnicity Vital Conversations White privilege
GCORR Legislation for General Conference 2016

General Conference is the top policy-making body of The United Methodist Church. The legislative body, which meets every four years, will convene in Portland, Oregon on May 10-20, 2016. In

Legislation Other Topics
Study Reveals Surprising Views on Race in CRCC Congregations

  Troubling questions about multiracial congregations’ potential to address racial inequality are raised by a new national study done by researchers at Baylor University, the University of Southern California and

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments
Video Resource: Fruitful Conversations on Race

The Institute for Community Engagement of Wesley Theological Seminary recently sponsored a symposium on “Moving Faith Communities to Fruitful Conversations about Race,” which can be viewed below. The panel discussion

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Literal and Virtual Fences

When Man Creates Barriers to Equity, Justice, and Two-Way Relationships By Barbara Michelman  The Rev. Cynthia Moore-Koikoi has an important message to share about the residents of Sandtown-Winchester, the West

Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments
Annual Conference Meeting Resources

Please use the form below to request GCORR resources for your upcoming Annual Conference Meetings. You may request up to 50 of each item. All orders are due by May

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Marhaba: Exploring a New Ministry

By Lienhard Roser, Heinrich Bolleter We are remembering the Sunday morning worship, when Monika was presenting a Chinese asylum-seeker to the congregation. Together with her family, she had started to

CORR Action Fund
Guidelines for Keeping Communication Respectful

The letters R E S P E C T may first make us think of that great line from the Aretha Franklin song of the same name. But they also

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A Guide to Viewing the Movie Selma

By The Rev. Gillbert H. Caldwell It would be helpful to view the film “Selma” not with chips on our shoulders or a wish to revise the history that is

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Diversity Training: What We Do Not See

Are you seeking a resource which will help you facilitate a training on diversity–one which challenges participants (in a supportive group setting) to examine and work through their own biases,

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