Our weekly Drive-In Prayer Meetings at 9:00 a.m. on Sundays offer us opportunities for confession, repentance and healing. Each Sunday we suggest actions for repentance and will post these actions here on our website weekly.
Find black-owned businesses and restaurants and patronize them. Share your good experiences with friends and encourage their participation.
Black Lives Matter Yard Sale at Fleetwood Jordain to support the movement. Sunday, August 2, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. If you missed the yard sale, we encourage you do donate directly to the cause here.
Read about John Lewis, the conscience of Congress, and Rev. C.T. Vivian, both of whom died on July 17. These giants of the Civil Rights Movement provide us with insights into racism. If you don’t already know the significance of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, read about that, too.
Read the Charter for Racial Justice in an Interdependent Global Community. This charter was developed by the United Methodist Women and was adopted by the 1980 General Conference of The United Methodist Church.
Read the charter aloud with someone else—socially-distanced or among your safe people—and discuss your awareness of your own racism and steps you are taking to address that racism.
Join an online fundraiser for 2021 Evanston Juneteenth Parade on Thursday, July 9 at 7:00 p.m. This webinar, co-hosted by Evanston Present and Future and Dear Evanston, features presentations on Juneteenth and White Fragility. We were privileged to hear from Kemone Hendricks, founder of Evanston’s first Juneteenth Parade. Tickets are $100.
Watch an interview sponsored by Family Action Network that is available online through their website. Dr. Marcus Campbell interviews Dr. Robin Diangelo, author of White Fragility. This video is available at no cost.
Sign this petition to make Juneteenth a national holiday.
Subscribe to Daily Prayers for Anti-Racism, free and available through United Methodist Discipleship Ministries. Prayers are delivered to your email Monday through Friday.