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Racial Justice

A Daily Photo Journal: In Solidarity and Hope for Racial Justice , by: Irene Koo and Dianna Ortiz, O.S.U.

On February 1, begin using this daily photo journal for one week as we celebrate Black History Month and reflect on the need for a renewed commitment to racial justice. Copyright © 2017, Education fo...more

Film Discussion Guide: 13th , by: Irene Koo

Ava DuVernay’s powerful documentary 13th argues that, although slavery was ostensibly abolished in 1865, the Thirteenth Amendment legally embedded and allowed a pernicious form of enslavement in Ame...more

Film Discussion Guide: 3 1/2 Minutes, 10 Bullets , by: Dianna Ortiz, O.S.U.

This gripping documentary is based on the true story of Jordan Davis, a young black teenager who was shot at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida. This film discussion guide includes a summary, conn...more

Deliver Us From Evil , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

This prayer explores the various forms of racism and prays that we are delivered from such evil so we can heal as a society. Copyright © 2016, Education for Justice, a project of Center of Concern. ...more

Prayer for the Healing of Racism

In a time when racial divisions run deep in our society, this prayer asks God for healing, to be the "balm in Gilead", so that racism is erased from our lives. Copyright © 2016, Education for Justice...more

Prayer for an End to Racism , by: John Bucki, S.J.

Fr. John Bucki, S.J., offers this simple and powerful prayer to acknowledge racism and uproot it from ourselves, our society, and our world. Copyright © 2016, Education for Justice, a project of Cent...more

Deliver Us From Evil , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

This prayer explores the various forms of racism and prays that we are delivered from such evil so we can heal as a society. Copyright © 2016, Education for Justice, a project of Center of Concern. ...more

Prayer for Peace in Our Communities , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

Copyright © 2015-2016, Education for Justice, a project of Center of Concern. ...more

On the Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act (July 2) , by: Jane Deren, Ph.D.

On July 2, 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, which was a momentous step towards social equality for African Americans and other racial minorities in the United States. Cop...more

Medgar Evers: A Voice for Liberty and Justice , by: Anna Misleh

United States Civil Rights hero Medgar Evers was martyred for his involvement with the fight to end segregation in the South. This reflection includes a brief bio and reflection questions to guide dis...more
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