“The Social Action Task Force of First United Methodist Church Baraboo stands in solidarity with our black and brown brothers and sisters in protesting and condemning racial violence, injustice and racism in all its many forms and manifestations . . . ”
To read First United Methodist Church’s entire Statement from the Social Justice Task Force regarding the racism issue, please go to http://barabooumc.org/statement-from-the-social-action-task-force/.
To see the United Methodist Church’s webpage on Dismantling Racism, please go to https://www.umc.org/en/how-we-serve/advocating-for-justice/racial-justice/united-against-racism.
Over the summer, we have been reading and discussing books such as “Native Identity, Belonging and Rediscovering God” by Katilin Curtice (Brazos Press), “Waking Up White and Finding Myself in the Story of Race” by Debby Irving (Elephant Room Press), and “White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism” by Robin DiAngelo (Beacon Press). The discussion continues and we encourage you to be part of a solution.