Video Is Tool to Open Dialogue About Racism

February 26, 2010

Strides have been made in the days since the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, but racial equality is still a work in progress. A short (2 min. 20 sec.) video from United Methodist Communications can be used as a tool to open a dialogue about racism in America.

A longer (16 min.) video that provides a basis for group discussion about racism and white privilege, co-produced by the General Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns and the General Commission on Religion and Race, is available on YouTube in two parts. A leader's study guide also is available.
View Truth and Wholeness, Part 1 at
View Truth and Wholeness, Part 2 at
Download Truth and Wholeness leader's study guide from Black History Month page on the GCCUIC website.