Talking about Race with Teenagers: A Youth Leader’s Guide (Digital Download)
Written by Kat Armas, Jennifer Guerra Aldana, & Ahren Samuel
Foreword by Dr. Dwight Radcliff
Talking about race with the young people you serve can be challenging.
Leaders, parents, and church members want to have conversations about racism and prejudice, and help young people faithfully explore issues that are important to God and relevant for one of our most racially and ethnically diverse generations yet. But at times it can feel easier to shy away from complex topics and avoid highly charged conversations.
This easy-to-use guide is the perfect handbook for any leader who needs a starting point to talk about race, culture, immigration, and power with today’s young people. Throughout the guide you’ll widen your vocabulary, gain insight through stories from diverse perspectives, and follow our practical next steps so that you can confidently engage teenagers in faithful and caring discussions about race.
Ready to get talking with young people about race, culture, immigration, and power? This guide will give you a next step.
— Rev. Elizabeth Tamez Méndez, Ph.D. – Author, Consultant, Speaker, and Executive Director of New Generation3
— Dr. Montague Williams, author of Church in Color
This is a digital download.
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