Anti-Racism and Faith Resources

Directory of Groups in Canada and Online for Racialized Minorities within Faiths


Quaker Friends of Color

Website | ministryonracism [at] (Email)

  • An online space for Friends of Color to come together in community and worship in an environment with Friends who experience marginalization in their lives and Quaker meetings because they are a Person of Color.


    Jews of Colour Canada

    info [at] (Email )| Facebook 

    Jews of Colour - Canada is a social group and online community for Jews of Colour and our allies in Canada. Jews of Colour - encompasses black, teimani, sephardi, mizrahi, Asian, southeast Asian or any other diverse combination.


    Black Muslims Initiative


    • A grass-roots organisation based out of Ottawa dedicated to understanding and addressing issues at the intersection of Black & Muslim experience.


    Black Sikh Initiative


    • Based out of the USA.
    • As an organization, they work to uplift Black, Dalit, and other marginalized voices while also educating, motivating, and empowering Sikh activists and allies regarding how they can actively combat discrimination within and outside of the Sikh community. 


    Canadian Unitarian Council


    • Saturday online groups: 
    • 12:00 - 1:30 PM: Unitarian Universalist IBPOC Space The Canadian Unitarian Council offers an online space for UUs who are Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour, ages 18 and up, to gather safely to share experiences, stories, and be change-makers.
    • 4:30 - 6:00 PM: Rising Together: UU Youth and Emerging Adults of Colour This online group for youth (14-19) and emerging adults (18-24) of colour in the Unitarian Universalist community gathers monthly for themed worship, discussions, and workshop-style activities.

    Interfaith Perspectives on Racial and Economic Justice

    Online Resources:

    Anti-Blackness: A View from Dharmic Life

    Anti-Racist Resources for Buddhists

    #BlackInMSA: 10 Recommendations for Muslim Student Organizations

    #BlackLivesMatter Toolkit for Muslims

    Buddha + Black Lives Matter: Racial Justice Toolkit

    Buddhist Diversity Resources

    Buddhists for Racial Justice
    Jewish Perspectives on Racial Justice

    Jewish Resources for Racial Justice

    Faith in Action: Responding to Racial Injustice (Catholic)

    MuslimARC's Anti-Racism Guide for White Muslims

    Presbyterian Church USA Racial Justice Resources

    Racial Justice is Everyone’s Work

    Racial Justice Resources from United Church of Christ

    Spirituality and Social Justice (Unitarian Universalist)


    Anti-Racism and Spirituality: Perspectives and Meditations


    Why Anti-Racism Work Is Also Spiritual Work


    RNS Series “Anti-Racism as a Spiritual Practice” hosted by Simran Jeet Singh

    Anti-Racism Work as Spiritual Practice (Donovan Hayden, Westwood Unitarian Congregation, April 2021)


    27: Rhonda Magee: The Inner Work of Racial Justice (Contemplative)
    The Courageous Life

    #227 Race is not Tangential to Meditation with Rhonda V. Magee (Contemplative)
    Ten Percent Happier

    Righteous Black Anger with Dante Stewart (Christian, Black Church Tradition)
    Pass the Mic

    Black Buddhist Panel on Dharma, Community, and Activism (Buddhist)
    The Lion's Roar Podcast

    Healing Systemic Racism with Lama Rod Owens (Buddhist, Contemplative)
    The Now Age

    Navigating life in my own skin by Zenju Earthlyn Manuel, Buddhist Sensei
    Meditative Story

    The Spiritual Work of Black Lives Matter with Patrisse Cullors + Robert Ross
    On Being

    For a Just World: Sacred Conversations to End Racism
    with Rev. Jayme Wooten, United Church of Christ

    Black Liberation Theology, in its Founder's Words (Christian, Liberation Theology)
    James Cone (March 13, 2008)

    Race and Healing: A Body Practice with Resmaa Menakem
    On Being

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