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Remembering In Order to Heal

Dan Berry – July 20, 2021

Hey everyone,

Can I just say how much it blesses our entire Brownicity Learning Community that you are engaged in this journey of educating yourself about race/ism.

Not everyone will take the steps you are taking to become a part of the solution needed to bring healing to our very real divides.

Many continue to be drawn to our entry level course What Lies Between Us offered on our Learning Community platform.

One of my recent action steps was to create the Bridge Building Podcast where we are currently talking about the Four “R’s” of a racial reckoning.

Everyone needs to take their first steps — steps that can be unsure and even a little scary, but nonetheless steps that have to be taken.

How can we move forward without understanding? In the upcoming podcast episode.  I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Madison Deshay-Duncan, Assistant Teaching Professor at Iowa State UniversityWe discuss Remembering. Dr. Deshay-Duncan understands the importance of us knowing our true history.  We had such an incredible discussion on how understanding the past can give us the context we need to truly understand the issues we are dealing with. 

Let’s all open our hearts to learn and gain the truth we need to really be free.

We are in this together.


Dan Berry is the author of Navigating Diversity In Our Most Segregated Hour, a Certified Instructor for the What LIES Between Us and What Does It Mean to Be White courses, and advises individuals and organizations on how to take first steps towards racial healing.

He has pastored for forty years in Iowa.  After pastoring in predominantly white spaces for several years, he began to realize the need to bring about racial healing in the body of Christ. For the last 30 years he has worked to bridge ethnic and cultural divides, a work that has led him into confronting the churches complicity in upholding systems of racism.

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