The Anti-Racism Network is collective that shares resources, hosts events, engages in study, and works in the community to promote awareness and justice. Our online resources are hosted on the Heartland Conference’s Living Water Association.

 

The Living Water Association has amassed a plethora of resources for engaging in the work of promoting anti-racism.

A Reason to Have Hope is an online, self-guided, self-paced course available through the UCC’s Council for Health and Human Services and is a great way to get started on anti-racism learning in the context of public health.

There are new events and opportunities for engagement in the Anti-Racism Network’s work happening all the time. Check back here and on the Living Water Association community engagement toolbox and resource library for upcoming events.