COTR Conversation Together
A much-needed talk revealing the sin called racism and all of the evil it brings. This ongoing evil has plagued our world/our country for so long and it’s time we expose it for what it is! Daniel Blunt and Pastor David Blunt sat down with Neal Hopson and James Davis to open this dialogue of conversation.
We don't want to just talk we want to take action.
Learn more about the organizations we are giving to during the month of June that are making a difference in our community.
Urban Sprouts is committed to ensuring that children despite their racial and economic status are well care for and thriving during the tumultuous times. Our family at the center approach is supporting families with financial, social, and good resources.
The owner Ellicia Lanier is on the front lines to promote policy change for Early Childhood Education for our region. She and the center are amongst the leaders promoting the very important “Ready By 5” initiative.
Arts and Education Council: Arts and Healing Initiative
Committed to serving a diverse community by providing Mental Health & Trauma Support through the Arts. The will need tremendous additional support due to COVID19 and the current racial climate and trauma it has caused for so many in our community.
HEAL Center for the Arts
HEAL is a nonprofit organization and multi-disciplinary center of music, arts learning, and performance for St. Louis’ urban communities. The Center provides arts education programs after school and during school vacations to middle and high school students and fosters a rich, diverse cultural perspective of the arts through high-quality instruction for youth specializing in instrumental and vocal music.
Together we are making a difference. Will you help us by giving towards this special offering?
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Book Recommendation on Racism from Pastor David Blunt
Third Option by Miles McPherson
Oneness Embraced by Tony Evans
Race, Religion, and Racism Vol 1 & Vol 2 by Dr Frederick Price