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Resources for Black History Month



blackhistorymonthBlack History Month helps propel us forward in our journey toward racial reconciliation. Listed below are a few books you can borrow anytime from the church library for your own learning, or sharing with your children.

From the Church Library

I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness by Austin Channing Brown 

 I'm Still Here Book Cover

 Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation
"Reading her book Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation helped me better understand and be sensitive to unconscious bias we all carry. Awareness of racial inequality and systemic injustice crosses cultural and national borders."

 be the bridge book

 Racism and Intolerance (Children in our World Series)  by Louise Spilsbury


 Suggested Reading from the Surrey Public Library:       

These books are also available as an e-book, downloadable audio book, or audio CD

 Start With Hello, by Shannan Martin 

start with hello book cover

 Dear White Peacemakers, by Osheta Moore

dear white peacemakers book cover

White Fragility,   by Robin Diangelo


 How to Fight Racism,  by  Jemar Tisby (Also available as a youth edition and as a separate  study guide) 


Caste: The Origins of our Discontent, by Isabel Wilkerson


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