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A TIME FOR BURNING FEATURE FILM
1 Ernie Chambers went on to become the longest-serving state senator in Nebraska history.
2 For more context, watch this video which covers the systemic issues that existed in America leading up to the civil rights movement.
3 Send us your favorite blogs, videos, and other resources from racially
diverse LCMS ministries and leaders, so we can share them with others.
4 BIPOC is an acronym that stands for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. View the full definition here.
5 If your group wants to discuss this further, see Martin Luther King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail.
6 For a robust list of resources, visit the Black Clergy Caucus’ website from Black Ministry Week.
7 Library of Congress Article about the film lays out the significance of the film. Doctalk Episode about the film allows you to see how and why it was made.
8 Please contact LRJ with any questions or comments regarding this discussion guide. Lutherans for Racial Justice would love to hear from you. Post any insights, plans for action, or your discussion group's pic on social media with the hashtag: #LRJTalks