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Reconciliation 201: Race, Racism and The Gospel
A 4-Week Virtual Course with OneRace

September 23, 2021
Occurring Weekly on Thursday Evenings Until October 14th
$75 Virtual Access Per Registrant

We are thrilled to offer Reconciliation 201 starting on September 23, 2021. As we continue to intentionally establish long-term relationships and invest in pursuing racial justice and reconciliation, Transform Minnesota is excited to continue our partnership with OneRace Atlanta to bring their Reconciliation classes to our network!

Please note, it is not necessary or required to have taken Reconciliation 101 to join us for Reconciliation 201!


At the heart of Reconciliation 201 is the need to dive into KNOWING the story. During this course, we will seek to understand the construct of race and the evil of racism. We must have a transparent awareness of our history and the invention of race to know how it has played out in our society.   

We will learn the history of the intersection of racism in America and the Church. This will help us reshape what we know about race relations in America and the Church today.  

In order to appreciate our part in healing, moving forward, and being active participants in the work of racial reconciliation, we need to see the history and current realities of racism in America correctly. 

What is Reconciliation 201?   
This is a 4-week/4-session commitment that will help attendees know the story of Race, Racism, and the Gospel. The OneRace team, along with Twin Cities local leaders, will help our attendees’ process questions like: 

      • Why is it so important to understand the history of racism in the Church?
      • What are some specific examples of historical racism that we see playing out today?

      • Why is lament so important? Why do we as believers need to mourn over the pain of our shared history?


Each meeting will be hosted on Zoom.
Please note that you are responsible for purchasing a copy of Jemar Tisby’s “The Color of Compromise” for the required reading portion of Reconciliation 201.


Josh Clemons  | OneRace 

Professor. Speaker. Reconciler.

Josh Clemons resides in the great city of Atlanta along with his wife Lakisha and sons Langston Grant and Duke Ellington. From an early age, Josh felt a strong call to serve the gospel to the world. Little did he know, it would be the gospel of reconciliation.

Presently, he serves as Executive Director of OneRace Movement, an initiative committed to racial justice and reconciliation.

Additionally, Josh is serving the next generation of leaders as an adjunct professor of biblical theology at Oral Roberts University.

Dan Crain  | OneRace

Dan joined the OneRace team in January of 2020 as the Director of Groups and Mobilization.

Dan has given his life to Christ’s work of reconciliation for over ten years.

He has a Masters of Intercultural Ministries.

He’s married to Adrienne and they have four amazing children together and they live in Atlanta, GA.


September 23
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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