FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Though we may not fully realize it, the history that played out before we were born has impacted our lives today—how we relate to other people, where we live, what we do, what we believe.
Let’s honor the Black heritage that continues to refine us, pointing us to goodness and justice.
- When They See Us, Netflix
- True Justice, HBO or EJI
- Just Mercy, HBO Max
- I Am Not Your Negro, Amazon Prime Streaming
- Banished, Amazon Prime Streaming
- One Night in Miami, Amazon Prime Streaming
- Between the World and Me, HBO
- All In: The Fight for Democracy, Amazon Prime Streaming
- Slavery By Another Name, PBS or YouTube
- The Best of Enemies, Hulu
- Be the Bridge, Latasha Morrison
- Insider Outsider, Bryan Lorrits
- The Third Option, Miles McPherson
- One Blood, John M. Perkins
- Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson
- Oneness Embraced, Tony Evans
- Woke Church, Eric Mason
- Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope, Esau McCaulley.
- White Awake, by Daniel Hill
- The Cross and the Lynching Tree, James H. Cone
OTHER FREE RESOURCES
Faith & Prejudice
This web site describes itself as “a movement of Christians who are committed to living a life of radical love and humility as demonstrated by Jesus Christ; the type of love and humility that confronts and dismantles racism in America once and for all”. They offer a host of additional resources, including online workshops and lectures.
This respected Christian magazine created a page with its latest articles on the topic of racism. Includes interviews, book reviews, editorials, and more.
Racial Unity Resources from Dr. Tony Evans
At the top you’ll find books for purchase. Further down the page are free sermons, interviews, and other videos.
Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man
Emmanuel Acho, a Christian and former NFL player, explains for White viewers the struggle for racial justice.