The Color of Fear is a powerful film created in 1994 around a set of discussions with a diverse group of men around issues of race. It’s a film that definitely requires thoughtful engagement and trained facilitation to use, but has been transformative in multiple contexts. Stir Fry Seminars (who created it), also publishes a guide to using it.
There have been lots of posts lately across the web, with advice to white people about how to be engaged in the struggle for racial justice. Here’s one of the most direct and concise ones I’ve read lately. I’m sharing it with my students. What is yours?
In part because of Ferguson, but perhaps more so from years of supporting faculty projects, the Wabash Center has just launched a blog entitled “Race Matters” which will seek to create a forum for teaching on race in theology and religious studies. They’re looking for essays — consider sending them something!
A work of the Racial Justice Collaborative in Theological Education