Racism is a system of power and oppression that systematically disadvantages certain groups at multiple levels and points of contact. We can all uphold this system of oppression through various interactions, behaviors, choices, institutions, and policies, even if we don’t see ourselves as racist.

To make progress, many of us may need to adjust our thinking and our actions. With this in mind, Dana Garbaski, Temple Jeremiah member and Associate Professor of Sociology at Loyola University Chicago, has compiled a list of resources for congregants to educate themselves about racial injustice in the United States and to combat racism and racial injustice in their everyday life.

To view the resources, click here.