Resources

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SignPosts Curriculum

We host trust-filled groups where people share their racial stories in a safe, supportive environment over 12 to 15 weeks. Participants:
A. Discuss racial identity in relation to faith and God’s vision of a loving and just community.
B. Learn about the church’s past and present actions regarding racism.
C. Think about past reactions, current actions, and future steps in their personal contexts.

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SignPosts Retreats

We host retreats aimed at rejuvenation and collective vision for those on the anti-racism journey towards the Beloved Community. Recognizing the need for community in this mission, we strive to offer connection, motivation, and comprehensive support for a growing network.

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SignPosts Pilgrimage

We organize trips for groups to learn about the history of racism, the fight against it, and communities that showcase the united vision of the Beloved Community.

The Philosophical Debate Between Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois

The Philosophical Debate Between Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du BoisIntroduction Today’s lesson dives deep into a philosophical debate that shaped the path of African American progress in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. We’re exploring the contrasting...

Plessy v. Ferguson: The Case That Legalized Segregation

Plessy v. Ferguson: The Case That Legalized SegregationIntroduction Today, we're diving into a landmark case that changed the course of American history: Plessy v. Ferguson. This Supreme Court decision in 1896 codified racial segregation and impacted the lives of...

The Life and Legacy of Ida B. Wells-Barnett

The Life and Legacy of Ida B. Wells-Barnett Introduction Today we’re diving into the life of a true American hero, Ida B. Wells-Barnett. She used her writing, research, and unyielding commitment to justice to become one of the most important anti-lynching advocates in...

The Reconstruction Era in the United States

The Reconstruction Era in the United States Introduction The Reconstruction Era was one of the most transformative periods in American history. Following the Civil War, the United States grappled with the monumental task of reintegrating the Southern states and...

Video Resources

The videos are essential to starting the work of anti-racism within ourselves and our communities.