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Racism and Reconciliation: Learning Resources

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The history of racial injustice can be overwhelming, but we want to be a part a future that better reflects the Kingdom of God. Change takes time, and there is much to learn and discuss – especially for those of us who are white. We’re abundantly thankful for the diversity of people who call Woodland Hills their church home. But as a predominantly white church, we want to provide resources for our people to wrestle with these issues. We hope this collection is helpful.

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