Racial Justice and Faith Certificate
Engage in liberative learning and practice emancipation
Rooted in Womanist principles, the Racial Justice and Faith Certificate program invites Black, Indigenous, People of Color and white students to examine their own stories and histories from a faith lens by asking the questions:
- How do you as a leader make connections between your faith and the way you respond to racial injustice?
- What reflective skills do you need to take action that is informed by your faith and will transform your community?
7 online learning modules over the course of 2 semesters; courses are asynchronous (fit into your schedule) with some opportunities for Zoom interaction
Readings, conversation forums, projects, and reflection papers
Pastors, deacons, lay leaders, and anyone interested in the intersection of faith and racial justice
NOTE: In order to best serve students and allow for open reflection and conversation, BIPOC students and white students will engage in separate learning cohorts.
Scholarships will be provided for the inaugural cohort
How to Enroll
The inaugural cohort will be selected by program leaders. If you are interested please contact Rev. Brandon Peck.