RevGalsWaking UpIn our ongoing efforts to address systemic racism and the ways we are complicit, and recognizing that attempts to have conversation here on the blog were limited by their public nature, the leadership of RevGalBlogPals has started a Facebook group for members of our online community.

If you are part of our blogging community or our big Facebook group, we invite you to read more about the group here: RevGals Waking Up.

The group is a space to do the work of understanding systemic oppression, benevolent racism/sexism, and white supremacy. It is a space for asking questions, teaching one another, and processing our continued journey toward being better citizens, friends, neighbors, family, and people of faith. Together we will do the white people work of understanding and becoming equipped to dismantle racism.

Early discussion threads have included some great resource-sharing, and we will be updating our Anti-Racism Resources page to reflect it.

About the RevGals Anti-Racism Project: As a majority white organization incorporated in the United States, the leaders of RevGalBlogPals feel called to confront systemic racism in the U.S. As a global ministry, we feel called to oppose minority oppression and racial injustice in all nations. Read a statement from our President about the priorities we hold for conversations in RevGals spaces.

RevGalBlogPals encourages you to share our blog posts via email or social media. We do not grant permission to cut-and-paste prayers and articles without a link back. For permission to use material in paper publications, please email revgalblogpals at gmail dot com.

We hope you'll join the conversation!

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