Not Just Another Book Study
We're starting a "How to Fight Racism" book study group, and it's going to end with action...
On February 1, the first day of Black History Month, we are starting a How to Fight Racism book study group.
How to Fight Racism: Courageous Christianity and the Journey toward Racial Justice is my second book. It answers the question I get most frequently about racism: “What do we do?”
But this isn’t just another book study. We read the book. Discuss it. Ask questions…as one does in any book study.
But this book study ends with action.
In the final week of our six-week study I’ll be leading us in a session called: “From Moment to Movement: A Racial Justice Planning Session.”
In this time we’re going to brainstorm, plan, and execute on racial justice action steps. I’ll facilitate the session with questions for reflection, examples, and guided discussion.
At the end, you will have not only created an actionable plan to fight racism, you will have taken the initial steps to implement that plan.
We’re not just going to read and talk about fighting racism, we’re actually going to take steps to do it.
Here’s what you need to do to sign up:
Request access to the group. There’s a short questionnaire to fill out, too.
Invite people. These could be parents, partners, friends, co-workers, church members, book study group members and more. You do not have to be Christian to participate!
The group runs six weeks through Black History month and into the second week of March. Here’s the reading timeline…
And here’s the weekly schedule…
As they say:
“Don’t talk about it, be about it.”
If you’re ready to be about the business of fighting racism, then this group is for you!
P.S. If you know someone who might be interested in the HTFR Book Study group, please forward this message to them and encourage them to subscribe to the newsletter!