Racial Justice Ministries

Black Women Panel Discussion

Racial Justice Ministries

White co-conspirators

White Co-Conspirators: The Conversation White People Need to Have With White People (Part 2)

Location: Live on our Facebook page
Dates & Times: Sunday, July 12, 2pm CDT
This event is free and open to the public. No login or prior registration is necessary to attend.

Join Racial Justice Ministries at Scarritt Bennett Center for Part 2 of our series, “White Co-Conspirators: The Conversation White People Need to Have With White People.” This all-white panel will feature expertise in anti-racism work and will engage the audience on the courageous conversations white people need to have with other white people about racism. The panel will also lift up the role and responsibility of white people in dismantling racism and share the difference between being a white ally and being a white co-conspirator.

Becoming Co-Conspirators: A Virtual Learning Space to Dismantle White Supremacy

Becoming Co-Conspirators: A Virtual Learning Space to Dismantle White Supremacy

Location: via Zoom
Dates & Times: Tuesday evenings, July 14–August 4, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Cost: $25/week

This program consists of four (4) independent sessions. Those interested may register for as few or as many as they desire to attend.

“Becoming Co-Conspirators” is for all who believe that racism is a human problem and are committed to doing their part in dismantling white supremacy.

This facilitated, virtual learning space is designed for people who want to continue their learning journey. Over the course of four weeks, participants will gain a foundational understanding of the landscape and levels of racism, examine the extent of the harm of white privilege, deconstruct the lie of white fragility, and co-create new ways of dismantling and accountability.

Participants will be challenged each week to discover and follow through on small and big ways to further the cause for racial justice and to become a co-conspirator.

racism: a multicultural conversation

Racism: A Multicultural Conversation

Location: Live on our Facebook page
Dates & Times: Sunday, July 19 & Sunday, July 26, 2pm CDT
This event is free and open to the public. No login or prior registration is necessary to attend.

When we say “Black,” who are we talking about? When we say, “diversity,” are we also referring to non-Black, non-American minorities? What nuances in culture and ethnicities are we missing by pulling so many people under one umbrella? And what non-white groups are not being included in the larger narrative around racism in America?

Join Scarritt Bennett Center for our 2-part series, “Racism: A Muliticultural Conversation.” The series, which will stream live from our Facebook page, will feature conversations with a diverse group of non-American panelists of color as we expand the narrative to include their stories and add nuance to our language in our discussions on race. Panelists will share their unique cultures, how being in America has shifted their cultural norms, and how they see white supremacy affecting the way they live with others in community.

While this panel does not and cannot represent every minority group, our hope is to model what it means to work toward a more inclusive conversation on race, one that incorporates the many diverse experiences and voices of those who experience racism in America in all of its forms.

Recordings of Previous Programs

Many of our Racial Justice Ministries programs are streamed lived on our Facebook page. Don’t have Facebook? We upload recordings of each live-stream to our YouTube channel after the event ends. Subscribe to our channel so you always know when new content is available.