The Canadian Ecumenical Anti-Racism Network has taken up the challenge of resourcing and accompanying communities of faith in their journey toward truth and reconciliation. This resource zeros in on white privilege as an essential aspect of anti-racism work. Racism is one expression of the white privilege and supremacy that is present in day-to-day interactions and built into systems and church structures. It is impossible to do anti-racism work without examining white identity and the unearned power and privilege that flows from that identity.
Cracking Open White Identity Towards Transformation: White Identity, Power and Privilege
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