Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)

A discussion, support and study group that meets on the 3rd Sunday each month. We hope you'll join us if you identify as African American, Asian, Arab, Latina/o, Native American, Pacific Islander, and/or multiracial.  For more information or to get the Zoom link to meetings, contact .

Contact Person: Scopey Mosley
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Staff Partner: Rev. Jacqueline Brett, Lead Minister

White Anti-Racism Group (WAG)

WAG is an intentional space for people who identify as white to work on dismantling the internalized white supremacy in our bodies, feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. We acknowledge that the systems and structures of our culture were designed to uphold white supremacy and that white supremacy is violence. We take responsibility for transforming our bodies, feelings, thoughts, and behaviors from upholding the dominant culture toward the work of collective liberation for all. WAG, as a racial identity caucus group, is sibling to the Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) group.

The White Anti-Racism Group (WAG) meets every third Sunday from 1:00pm-2:30pm.

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Contact Person: Lydia Kwee, Eric Hodges
Role: Co-facilitators
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Staff Partner: Rev. Daniel Trollinger, Executive Minister

Restitution for Racism Group

The RRG’s primary focus is on developing a deeper understanding at ERUUF of the subject of reparations and how we can help narrow the racial wealth gap in our community.

We meet the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm..  We will provide education about reparations as well as opportunities to work with partners to remove barriers to wealth by black people in the Durham community.  Everyone is welcome.

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Contact Person: Chris Macon and Jane Hewitt
Role: Co-Coordinator
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Staff Partner: Rev. Jacqueline Brett, Lead Minister