Ministry in the Midst of Hate and Violence (MMHV) is a program of the General Board of Global Ministries, The United Methodist Church.
Responding to Hate & Violence
- Scholar Proposes Abyssinian Model for Christian-Muslim Relations, GBGM, November 7, 2001
- "Honoring Differences in the Midst of Hate and Violence" Grant Program
- UMW Project Shows Flaws in Classifying Hate Crimes, UMNS, October 30, 2001
- Prejudice Against Muslims and Arabs in the U.S.A.
A statement by the General Conference of The United Methodist Church, 2000
- Hate Crime Data Collection Project, year 2001 updated materials
- Symbols Used by Hate Groups
The symbols pictured on this web page are the ones most often used by white supremacist organizations.
- Hate and Hope on the Internet by Kelly Martini
- The Church's Response to Hate-Group Violence by Joe Agne
- When We Hate: Issues, Articles, Definitions, Resources (several pages)
- Other Web Sites
- A Case Study: Racism in the Bible by Linda H. Hollies, Response Magazine, November 1999
- A Prayer For Souls in Pain (Amadou Diallo Verdict) by the Rev. James R. McGraw, John Street United Methodist Church, New York February 27, 2000
- The Bible and Slavery, excerpts from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
- For Such A Time As This, Bible study on Esther by the Rev. Joseph E. Agne, Response Magazine, November 1999
- Hearing God's Call to Love, Not Hate by Traci West, Response Magazine
- Today, We Have Confirmation!, a sermon by the Rev. Joseph E. Agne
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