Learning to heal - racism
- Rosemarie's experience of lockdown and how music helped.
- Walking away and returning to the work of diversity and inclusion in the church.
- The dashed hopes after the Faith in the City report.
- The recent BBC panorama documentary on the church and racism.
- The Lament to Action report of the Church of England.
- The intersection of gender and racism in the church.
- Whiteness as the lens through which everything is seen.
- The need for education, deconstruction and sharing stories of heritage.
- Deconstruction illustrated by a house metaphor.
- The need to include healing as part of the racism conversation.
- The impact of the pandemic on UKME communities.
- The impact of intergenerational trauma on physical health.
- Hesitancy within UKME communities to engage in mental health issues.
- The helpful, healing song lyrics of 'I need you to survive.' Hezekiah Walker.
- What we need to do in practice: Educate, empower yourself to ask questions and don't be afraid to make mistakes.
Faith in the City: A Call for Action by Church and Nation
From Lament to Action: The report of the Archbishops' Anti-Racism Taskforce
Azariah France-Williams: Ghost Ship, Institutional Racism and the Church of England.
I.O. Smith: An Ebony Cross, being a Black Christian in Britain today.
The Sewell Report
Hezekiah Walker: I need you to survive.
BBC Panorama documentary: Is the Church Racist?
Further Listening: Listen again to our podcast with Azariah France-Williams at the launch of his book, Ghost Ship.
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