Resisting White Supremacy By Eating Together

How one congregation shares the diversity of who they are

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Resisting the dominant narrative that the United States is a “melting pot” where differences are erased, Christ on Capitol Hill Lutheran Church listens deeply—while tasting each others’ food heritage—to the diversity of experiences in their midst. Folks of primarily European heritage have stories and traditions to share too, and acknowledging that develops identity beyond “whiteness.” Read more in this post from our archives: 

Storytelling Around Tables as an Antiracist Act

How does your congregation acknowledge ethnic heritage, without assuming it is all shared?

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