Statue of Jesus with his head in his hands; a text mosaic in the form of a cross made of words describing a racist church.

How To Be A Christian Without Being Racist, Part 1

By Conrad Moore Understanding racism and White supremacy starts with a question that White people need to ask themselves. People of Color need to ask themselves this question also but that subject will be discussed in another chapter. The question is how do you know what you know about who you are. We are all
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White Supremacy Wins Every Presidential Election

Roots of Justice trainers and friends talk about the election, insurrection, and other stuff in this edition. With Jessica Rodriguez Becker, Shaashawn Dial, Conrad Moore, Dan Moore, Sr., and Nick Miron.

Legacy of MLK

Trainers Bethany Stewart and Conrad Moore have a cross-generational conversation about the legacy of Martin Luther King.

Move us forward in 2021

2020 has been a year of ________! You can fill in the blank. However you fill in that blank, the reality of structural and systemic racism in our country has been woven clearly throughout. It can’t be denied. In the midst of it all Roots of Justice has shown up and pivoted by… Developing the
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Colorizing Restorative Justice

Several authors with a chapter in the new book, “Colorizing Restorative Justice,” talk about how the field of restorative justice has missed the mark when it comes to racial justice and give directions to move forward. With Erica Littlewolf, Michelle Armster, and Christianne Paras, moderated by Lorraine Stutzman-Amstutz.

White Men: Missing in Action

The Roots of Justice White male trainers and friend, Tobin Miller Shearer, had conversation about the intersections of privilege. Watch it here or over at Facebook. One viewer, a woman of color, didn’t think she would watch because “no one wants to hear a bunch of clueless, arrogant white men talk about race.” But she
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