United Against Racism

Anti-Racism Interest Group – Tuesday, November 10th at 6:30 pm

If you are interested in having a conversation about race, racism, and how United Methodists throughout New Mexico and West Texas can faithfully respond to these concerns, you are invited to join us on for a ZOOM meeting on November 10th.  We will be discussing what resources are currently available from a number of United Methodist boards and agencies, what local churches and communities are already doing, and what more can be done to address racism and racial injustices in our communities and our world.

The United Methodist Church recognizes racism as a sin. We commit to challenging unjust systems of power and access.

The “Dismantling Racism: Pressing on to Freedom” initiative is a multi-level effort throughout the United Methodist Church to initiate a sustained and coordinated effort to dismantle racism and promote collective action to work toward racial justice. Click for more

What can you do?



  • Join Church and Society of the United Methodist Church in their work for civil and human rights.
  • Connect with United Methodist Women in their work for racial justice.
  • Show up when invited. Hire people of color. Spend responsibly. Advocate.



From UMC.org

Relevant Boards & Agencies
General Board of Church & Society
General Commission on Religion & Race
Council of Bishops

Other Resources
Bishops Easterling & Farr – United Against Racism
Discipleship Ministries – 2 Viruses Webinar
Discipleship Ministries – Courageous Conversations about Race
Council of Bishops Statement on Racism
UMC Coordinated Response for Racial Justice
Resources for Faith Justice
White Privilege Essay-Mcintosh
Books for Children on Anti-Racism