Courageous Conversations: Racial Justice

 
Courageous Conversations: Racial Justice is a collaboration between the Jackson Community Church and the Jackson Public Library to  promote anti-racist discussion, awareness and action. For more information, contact staff@jacksonlibrary.org or jcchurch@jacksoncommunitychurch.org.

Upcoming Events:

***Discussion series  COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONS: RACIAL JUSTICE     This is a 6-Week Series involving conversation and a peer-reviewed curriculum.  Co-sponsored by Jackson Library and Jackson Community Church.  Ongoing Zoom link to be shared with participants. We are currently between sessions.  If you are interested in participating in future sessions, please email us (see addresses above) and fill out this short SURVEY .

***Second Sunday of each month: Racial Justice Advocacy & Learning Group 7pm – Zoom.  This is an opportunity for ongoing dialogue concerning Racial Justice issues. Zoom link will be provided upon request. To register, please contact: jcchurch@jacksoncommunitychurch.org 

Virtual Programs sponsored by New Hampshire Humanities:

For information on, and links to, pervious programs in the Black Thought: Black Perspectives on the Humanities series, click here.

Helpful Resources:  These resources are focused on engagement and education around racial justice. Use what you find useful as a starting point for a deeper and more comprehensive understanding. Curation of these resources is ongoing.

Reading: Collected Resources and lists

Resources For Families:

NH and the MWV

Understanding Racism:

History of Race in America:

Understanding White Privilege:

Justice, Incarceration and Policing:

On Becoming an Ally:

Communication and Language:

 

If you have questions of comments regarding these resources, please contact meredith@jacksonlibrary.org or staff@jacksonlibrary.org.