URC’s Black History Monthly:www.urc.org.uk/urc-launches-black-history-monthly/
Show Racism the Red Card
Organisation working to educate people about anti-racism.
'Racism and Intolerance' by Louise Spilsbury, Hanane Kai
A beautiful and sensitively illustrated
picture book that gently explores what racism and intolerance are and how they affect children all over the world. Suitable for 4-8yr olds.
'Black and British' by David Olusoga
The essential starting place for anyone who wants to learn about Black British History.
David Olusoga’s thought provoking text charts the forgotten histories of Black people in Britain from Roman times right through to the present day. From Roman Africans guarding Hadrian’s Wall, to an African trumpeter in the court of Henry the Eighth, Black Georgians fighting for the abolition of slavery.
Adult, Young Adult and Children's versions available: Amazon Link
United Reformed Church
Resources from our denomination
What does the URC think about...? www.urc.org.uk/what-does-the-urc-think-about/
Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries equips the Church to support mental health and wellbeing, with resources that meaningfully engage the topics of faith and mental health.
Race, Mental Health and Faith, A Conversation: www.SanctuaryMentalHealth.org/2020/11/05/race-mental-health-and-faith-a-conversation
Healing in Colour, an art collection featuring Black, Indigenous, and other artists of colour from around the world to tell stories of race, faith, and mental health: www.SanctuaryMentalHealth.org/healing-in-colour
“Recovering Hope," a 5 day devotional addressing the intersection of race, mental health, and faith: www.Bible.com/reading-plans/22594
Black Lives Matter: www.SanctuaryMentalHealth.org/2020/06/02/black-lives-matter
Acknowledging the historical racism experienced by Asian peoples, here are some resources which may support you in caring for your own mental health, educating yourself, and becoming a better ally: www.SanctuaryMentalHealth.org/2021/04/01/stop-asian-hate
Indigenous History Month: www.SanctuaryMentalHealth.org/2021/06/04/indigenous-history-month
The story of a Canadian residential school survivor, who writes about her experiences of trauma, journey of recovery, and hope for reconciliation: www.SanctuaryMentalHealth.org/2021/06/21/forgiveness-as-a-journey