Dismantling Racism Panel Discussions

July 1, 2020 Dismantling Racism Town Hall featured United Methodist experts. Screenshot of video.

Important Conversations

The General Commission on Religion and Race in partnership with the Council of Bishops, United Methodist Women, the General Board of Church and Society and United Methodist Communications, is hosting panel discussions on dismantling racism. 

Experts come together to talk about the history of racism and what the church can do--both as a body and as individual members--to move toward racial justice. 

Explore previous conversation below and plan to join us for our next panel discussion. 

Next topic: Intersectionality, Wednesday, October 28, 12pm CT

Intersectionality: Dismantling Racism Panel Discussion logo by United Methodist Communications.
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Racial Justice

Intersectionality: Dismantling Racism Panel Discussion

Join us for a conversation on the joy and hope around community and coalition building.

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Erin Hawkins and the Rev. Emmanuel Cleaver discuss voter suppression. Screenshot of video by United Methodist Communications.
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Racial Justice

Voter Suppression: Dismantling Racism Discussion

We prepare for the upcoming United States presidential election by expanding the conversation around voter suppression and race.

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Previous Panel Discussions