Racial Justice Resources

CCP has held monthly Racial Justice discussions since June 2020. If you would like to read a brief summary of previous meetings, please click here.

READ

National Equity Project has a fabulous reading list for many topics: such as, 1) Rebel Leadership for our Collective Future; 2) No New Normal: Redesigning Our Collective Future; 3) Self-Care, Family & Community Well-being; 4) Academic & Social Emotional Learning Resources for Educators; 5) Tools, Tips and Strategies for Humanizing Online Learning for Adults and Young People; 6) Adaptive Leadership in the Age of the Coronavirus; 7) Political Analysis & Social Commentary; and my favorite, 8) Resources for the Heart. (Ann R. highly recommends)
https://www.nationalequityproject.org/resources/covid19

Each month, CCP congregants read new books and articles, and if they think they will benefit others in the congregation, they talk about them at our monthly discussions. Please click on the links below to see what we have read and encourage others to read.

Books

Articles

WATCH

Each month, CCP congregants watch movies, television shows, TED talks, YouTube Talks and Website shows. If they think what they watched will benefit others in the congregation, they talk about them at our monthly discussions. Please click on the links below to see what we have watched and encourage others to watch.

Movies

Television

TED/YouTube Talks/Websites

LISTEN

Each month, CCP congregants listen to podcasts and music and if they think what they watched will benefit others in the congregation, they talk about them at our monthly discussions. Please click on the links below to see what we have heard and encourage others to listen to.

Podcasts and Music

ACT

As time has gone by, we have increasing opportunities to support our BIPOC neighbors in Vermont, and our monthly discussions are a good way to share them. Please click on the links below to see how members of our congregation have been involved in racial justice actions and how the Presbyterian Church has been involved.

Vermont

Presbyterian Church USA