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GCORR Real Talk

GCORR Real Talk is a series of conversations with community and faith leaders to discuss and uncover the disparities of race, ethnicity, age, and socioeconomic status that are deeply embedded

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Real Talk: Native American Communities and COVID-19

Watch our conversation with Dr. Billy Beets, Chief Medical Officer and Mr. Shawn Terry, Secretary of Health of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Department of Health on how COVID-19 has impacted

Video Vital Conversations
May is Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month

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Infographic
Real Talk: CARES Act and Racial Inequity

Watch our conversation with Rev. Lydia Muñoz (pastor of Swarthmore UMC) and Ryan Bowers (co-founder of Activest) to learn about the hurdles and inequities experienced by communities and churches of

Equity Video Vital Conversations
Movies and Books for Intercultural Learning

With the increased practice of physical distancing during the pandemic of COVID-19, many are finding more time to watch movies and read books. Why not take this opportunity to learn

Collection of Resources Intercultural Competency Multiculturalism Uncategorized
April 26th is Native American Ministries Sunday

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Online Course – Implicit Bias: What We Don’t Think We Think

Implicit Bias: What We Don’t Think We Think Based off of the popular Implicit Bias Workbook, GCORR has created an online course for anyone who is interested in learning and teaching others about

Equity Other Types Race and Ethnicity
More than Gun Laws, More than Mental Health: Let’s Talk About Mass Violence Fueled by White Supremacy

In the aftermath of two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, many religious, medical, and political experts have publicly blamed lack of adequate mental health care, flaccid

Collection of Resources Discussion Guide Equity Race and Ethnicity Uncategorized Vital Conversations White privilege
Infographic: How Do We Protect Our Undocumented Neighbors?

A few weeks ago, GCORR joined the United Methodist Immigration Task Force and took action in response to the plight of immigrants, migrants, and asylum-seekers. As United Methodists, we know

Immigration Uncategorized
3 Questions to Ask Yourself in a New CR/CC Appointment

Written by Rev. Dr. Clarence Brown, St. Lukes UMC, Virginia Annual Conference It’s that time again! The season of connectional expression called appointment making. Bishops and Cabinets across the connection

Self Reflection 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.