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Is Reverse Racism Really a “Thing?”

Click here to download this resource A small group resource Racism has been increasingly at the forefront of many conversations concerning issues within and outside the Church. As issues of

Discussion Guide Group Activity Race and Ethnicity Self Reflection Video
Ageism: What it Looks Like

Click here to download this resource Ageism is: stereotyping individuals or groups on the basis of their age (either too young or too old); patronizing the elderly or younger people;

Discussion Guide Group Activity Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism Self Reflection Tip Sheet Vital Conversations Worship Resources
25 Traits of The Beloved Community

Click here to download this resource “Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands

Equity Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism Print Materials Race and Ethnicity Self Reflection Tip Sheet Vital Conversations
Roll Down, Justice! A Lenten Biblical Reflection

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Race and Ethnicity Worship Resources
Learning from Strangers: Best Practices for Cross-Racial and Cross-Cultural Ministry

The United Methodist Church is called to be a global church. The Gospel of transformative love extends across national, linguistic, and racial boundaries, and this is joyful news! One of

Collection of Resources Cross-racial/Cross-cultural Appointments Multiculturalism Other Types
Identity Politics and Social Location

Our identity is more than our names, or where we live, or the group with which we associate. Identity is comprised of those characteristics, qualities, values, beliefs, morals, ethics, expressions,

Discussion Guide Glossaries and Definitions Intercultural Competency Race and Ethnicity Self Reflection
What is Internalized Oppression?

The truth is all humans, regardless of social status, are made in the Image of God with inherent worth and value. The lies of oppression and internalized oppression, say this

Equity Glossaries and Definitions Race and Ethnicity
Equity vs. Equality: Understanding the Differences

Image source: Office of Health Equity, Maine Do the terms “equity” and “equality” mean the same thing? Use this resource to find out why they are not the same. Click

Equity Infographic Resource Topics Tip Sheet
Name That Feeling: A Group Exercise

No one is born with all the skills required for intercultural competency. That’s why it’s helpful to have tools that support our work in this important area. This GCORR resource

Group Activity Intercultural Competency Self Reflection Vital Conversations
10 Honorable Ways to Learn about Another Culture

Just like with everything else, there are more and less honorable ways to learn about another culture. For example, the Church has always been diasporic (we move away into different

Infographic Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism Tip Sheet
GCORR is building the capacity of The United Methodist Church to be contextually relevant and to reach more people, younger people, and more diverse people as we make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.