Racial Justice Resources

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Updated February 2021

Are you looking for ways to learn more about racial justice? The Prince of Peace leadership recommends these resources to help you learn about and fight racism with grace, gentleness and persistence. Let’s put our faith into action as we listen, learn and actively engage in anti-racism.




Next Steps

  • Background Reflections Activity (pdf): This document includes a list of many individual life experiences and situations that are usually beyond our control as children, but when put together in various combinations, these factors can powerfully impact our lives as we grow up. You will notice that these questions address not only race, but also other characteristics that expose some groups to discrimination such as gender, sexual orientation, and social class.
  • Increase Diversity in the Workplace: A study from Northwestern University found that even if there are applicants who are people of color in the interview pool, white applicants are 2.5 times more likely to get hired in the end. Yet companies with gender and racial diversity in the leadership team are 33% more likely to be industry leaders in profit. If you are in a position to make or influence hiring decisions, you can help increase diversity in the applicant pool by recruiting at a Historically Black College or University and making sure that the people who make the final hiring decisions have been trained in up-to-date non-discriminatory hiring practices.


Resource on how to speak up for racial reconciliation when you encounter racist attitudes at work, school, or anywhere


Ways to Support Businesses owned by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC):






Resources For Parents








These are just a few of the many resources that address the issue of racial justice. Please let us know in the comments if there are other resources you have found helpful.

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