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Anti-Racism Training


Authentically Learning & Reflecting on Race

The Race Literacy 101 class is a 12-week study and discussion group authentically learning and reflecting on race and racism in a grace-filled environment. This class is offered once a year.

This class focuses on the history and the “science” of race to become better educated and more racially “literate,” rather than acting on presuppositions and assumptions. We also look at some relevant passages in the Bible and address the increasing racial divide in society and the church.

Helping one another find healing of a collective wound.

Our aim is to be part of the solution in the racial divide and work toward helping one another find healing of this collective wound. There is no cost for the class, but donations to Little Lights are appreciated.

We are currently only offering the Race Literacy 101 course virtually.

Join us in our goal of empowering kids and families throughout D.C. Registration is open for the January 2025 Session.



A new, Safe Space for Continued Anti-racism Learning

Race Literacy Connections is a membership program for those who have completed the Race Literacy 101 course and want to continue personally learning within the community while also investing in Little Lights anti-racism efforts.


  • Monthly affinity groups to spur on your personal growth
  • Occasional classes or workshops on anti-racist topics
  • Special talks & panels with experts within the anti-racism field 
  • Additional resources & communication from Little Lights to inspire and equip you on the lifelong anti-racism journey
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Race Literacy Immersion

It’s Hard to Help Solve a Problem We Don’t Understand

This interactive course is customized for churches and ministries. Taught by Steve Park, Founder and Executive Director of Little Lights, and supported by a multiethnic group of trained facilitators, sessions include one facilitator for 4-6 participants.

Rooted in scripture, this course provides a theological underpinning to discuss race and encourages participants to become peacemakers and reconcilers in a divided church and broken world.

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