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your work as a neighbor for racial justice.
From the legacy of slavery to mass incarceration, this lively discussion will address where the Oscar-nominated movie succeeds, where it falls short, and what any of this has to do with the church.
"The legacy of redlining extends far beyond housing segregation. Its impact can be seen today in minority neighborhoods’ access to health care, poorer educational opportunities, and increased risk of climate change, as many of these areas are more prone to flooding and extreme heat. Without a serious confrontation of its lasting generational damage, the racial segregation caused by redlining isn’t going anywhere either."
Research what Indigenous territory your church or school occupies.
The folks at House Method explain how predatory lending practices target communities of color and offers insight on how you can fight home value discrimination.
LINC Ministries is a faith-driven, practically-focused 501(c)3 organization. LINC operates through various different cities, and offers programs centered around empowering local leaders to make a difference in their own communities.
We Raise Foundation partners with Christian organizations to raise consciousness, community leadership, and capital. Our vision is people free from poverty, violence, and inequality and this is achieved through our
three priority granting areas: education, workforce development, and criminal justice.
We Raise honors an individual who has used their leadership to interrupt cycles of poverty, violence, and inequality (see the video, which recognizes the 2019 recipient, Niki Wong). The honoree will receive public recognition, attendance to the Global Leadership Summit in their geographic area, and a cash award of $4,000.
Applications must be submitted by July 15, 2020.