Dismantling Racism

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Resources for dismantling AAPI racism

Clergywomen react to sermon during the 2018 Ohana Conference. The conference was held at Christ United Methodist Church in Honolulu, July 9-11, by the Association of Asian American and Pacific Islander Clergywomen (AAPIC) and National Association of Korean American United Methodist Clergywomen (NAKAUMC). Photo by Thomas Kim, UMNS.
Clergywomen react to sermon during the 2018 Ohana Conference. The conference was held at Christ United Methodist Church in Honolulu, July 9-11, by the Association of Asian American and Pacific Islander Clergywomen (AAPIC) and National Association of Korean American United Methodist Clergywomen (NAKAUMC). Photo by Thomas Kim, UMNS.

Hate crimes against Asian American and Pacific Islander have increased in the United States. The United Methodist Church is committed to ending AAPI hate while celebrating the witness and unique experiences of these communities both within and outside the church.

The North Texas Annual Conference has compiled a list of helpful resources for combating racism against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

Originally published by the North Texas Annual Conference. Republished with permission by ResourceUMC.