Anti-Racism Resource Guide: Marble Church Anti-Racism Programs
Black History Spotlight
This February, celebrate African American Heritage through the lens of Gospel Music every Sunday during Worship. Led by Gospel Choir Director Rashad McPherson, experience special video presentations that include historical narration, music performances by Gospel Choir members, and images from the Marble Arts Ministry.
Monthly Racial Justice Series: Racism and the Church - Online
Thursday, February 4, 2021
Dr. Michael Bos and Dr. Elise Brown have a conversation with special guest Dr. Nigel Pearce, Senior Minister of Grace Congregational Church, Harlem, as they discuss where the church has gone wrong and where the church has gone right in the quest for racial justice.
A Conversation with Bevy Smith - Online
Thursday, January 7, 2021
Bevy Smith, TV and radio personality, joined Dr. Michael Bos and Rev. Brittany Juliette Hanlin in a conversation about racial injustice and overcoming the obstacles currently wounding our country. Bevy invites us along on the journey of her personal transformation to reveal we can live our best lives with honesty, joy, and no apologies.
Talk Back on Racial Justice
Sunday, October 25, 2020
A special Talk Back on Marble, Racial Justice and Our Future featuring Dr. Michael Bos, Rev. Susanah Wade and Marble Board member, Ted Gregory.
Talk Back: A Conversation About Race
Sunday, June 7, 2020
Dr. Michael Bos, Dr. Elise Brown, Rev. Brittany Juliette Hanlin, Rev. Anthony Livolsi, Rev. Rashad McPherson and Rev. Susanah Wade as we commit to reflecting more about who we are as a church and having on-going conversations, sometimes uncomfortable ones, about how racism manifests itself with us, between us, and in our organizations.
Talk Back: Marble Artists Respond to Race in America
Sunday, June 14, 2020
Conversation about race through the eyes, voices and creative imagination of Marble Artists.
Advocacy and Allyship
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
How can we support communities of color in their fight against racial injustice? Led by Dr. Michael Bos and Rev. Susanah Wade.