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Anti-Racism at FCC Tacoma

Our mission is rooted in the justice of Christ's call to love neighbor radically. We strive to be an anti-racist body in our governance and policy by continuing education, theological reflection and appropriate action on issues related to systemic racism in the church, in our individual lives, and in our society.

Below is a link to some helpful resources for anyone seeking to learn more about the important work of anti-racism as it relates to our Christian faith.

5 Common Logical Fallacies
5 Common Logical Fallacies

5 Common logical fallacies to avoid when talking about racism and police brutality:

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Ad Hominem Fallacy
Ad Hominem Fallacy

1. Ad Hominem Fallacy: Attacking the person making the argument, instead of the argument itself. The name comes from Latin for 'against the man.' Examples: Stating that someone is uneducated, therefore their opinion is invalid. Calling someone a snowflake instead of engaging in an informed discussion.Describe your image

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Remember to be Respectful
Remember to be Respectful

Remember to be respectful: Comprehending complex layers of systemic racism and confronting one's own guilt in maintaining a racist status-quo takes a lot of emotional energy and courage. If someone is genuinely trying to learn, be willing to give grace and speak respectfully.

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5 Common Logical Fallacies
5 Common Logical Fallacies

5 Common logical fallacies to avoid when talking about racism and police brutality:

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