30 Days of Anti-Racism
Today we are to engage with and invest in young leaders who are dedicated to anti-racism work. Each generation has new insights and experiences that inform their world view. Many young people of today have much to teach us all about working together to end racism. Look at those participating in the peaceful protests that continue to gather. Many who are present have a vision for the world they would like to grow up in and pass onto their children and grandchildren. We would all be wise to engage in the conversation they are leading. Here is a United Methodist Emerging Leaders Town Hall that focuses on dismantling racism. Perhaps this is a good place to start today. Who are the young people in your life? Ask them their feelings about racism and what kind a world they wish to live in. Can they teach you ways to be actively anti-racist?