Action steps for developing a lifelong Commitment to racial justice include:
Create something. Write a blog post. Write a book. Write a sermon. Participate in a Sunday School class. Host a forum. Write a song or a poem. Create something that speaks to racial justice. As you do this, though, remember it always helps to get feedback from persons of different racial or ethnic backgrounds who are willing to help.
Join an organization that advocates for racial and social justice.
Donate money to organizations that advocate for racial and social justice.
Speak with candidates for elected office in your area and ask them about their views of racial justice and the policies they advocate.
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