#EndRacismForGood: Conversation Creating Community

9/25/2020

#EndRacismForGood is a movement of Mississippi United Methodists who are learning, celebrating and acting until every heart, church and community is transformed from the sin of racism.  
 
We are excited to announce that 60 lay and clergy are getting trained in October to lead healing circles in every district! We hope you will consider being one of hundreds of Mississippians to join one of these circles in late October.

Until then, please pray! Also, look for opportunities to have conversations with others about racism--at home, at work and at church. Here you’ll see a great example of a group of women who recently had a conversation on Zoom about racism. There are three vignettes of how that went. There are also three videos of Brad Corban celebrating some amazing Methodists in our history who dared to write and speak out on racial justice.  
 
Let’s end racism for good, y’all!
 
Sincerely, 
 
Bruce Case
Domini Henry
Co-Leaders, #EndRacismForGood

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