Human Rights

Racism
Speakers for the Sept. 16 panel discussion on the theological roots of racism and colonialism are (left to right) the Revs. Mai-Anh Le Tran, Edgardo Colón-Emeric and Willie James Jennings. The United Methodist Church held the livestreamed discussion as part of its Dismantling Racism series. Photos courtesy of Tran, Jennings, and photo of Colón-Emeric by Les Todd; graphic by Laurens Glass, UM News.

Grappling with how racism coexists with faith

Three theologians wrestled with how Christianity can overcome racism at a time when polls show that many white Christians don’t see racial injustice as a problem.
Racism
The Rev. David Maldonado. Video image courtesy of IMU Latina (Iglesia Metodista Unida Latina) via YouTube by UM News.

Racism and Latinos: The wall of separation and fear

The U.S.-Mexico border wall speaks volumes about attitudes toward Latinos, and the church must do more to respond.
Social Concerns
United Methodist Women parade the streets in Marshall City, Liberia, to protest sexual violence against women and girls during the group’s 72nd annual session held Jan. 21-27, 2020. File photo by E Julu Swen, UM News.

Violence against women, girls in Africa spikes amid COVID-19

United Methodists speak up for abuse survivors and encourage others to do the same through various church campaigns and training.
Racism
Speakers for the Aug. 26 “Town Hall: Emerging leaders discuss dismantling racism” are (from left) Ann Jacob, The Rev. Theon Johnson III, Andres De Arco and Katelin Hansen. The panel of younger leaders shared their strategies for dismantling racism as part of the church’s Town Hall series on anti-racism. Photos courtesy of the speakers.

Church has the tools to dismantle racism today

Four young United Methodists discuss the history of racism in the church and ways the denomination can "move the needle."

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