There is a multitude of resources available that address racial justice and racism in our society.  Below are just a few specifically addressing us as Catholics.

The first is a compilation of statements from the US Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) and various (arch)bishops around the country:

This resource is from the USCCB Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism and the USCCB Office of Justice, Peace and Human Development, provides materials for adults and children:

Bishop Brennan’s statement to the people of the Diocese of Wheeling Charleston:

This 75 minute panel video presentation, Racism in Our Streets and Structures, hosted by the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown, is definitely worth your time.

The Assumptions of White Privilege and What We Can Do About It, by Rev. Bryan Massingale is both informative and challenging. This article, from National Catholic Reporter, made the Google Anti-Racism Reading List: