Women of the ELCA has developed several racial justice advocacy resources.
From their website:
We know some of the hazards of having conversations about race. We know far too many conversations about race fail to be helpful. This is a shame, because it takes a great deal of energy to have any conversation about race. It makes sense to direct some of that energy to learning how to have helpful conversations about race.
And so, Women of the ELCA offers three resources to help.
The resources include “How to have helpful conversations about race in the church”; a Bible study, “Listening to the third slave”; and a historical timeline to help congregations better understand race relations in the current climate. An anti-racism Bible study “The Story of Peter & Cornelius” has been updated.