One of the most significant ways racism still affects our society is in the prison system. An overwhelming percentage of incarcerated persons are people of color. When they are in the system, rarely do these people have the opportunity to learn or grow as human beings. They are viewed as a number rather than a person.
A way to address this issue is through the Upper Room Prison Chaplains Ministry, a ministry that provides books and magazines for spiritual formation. If this issue is important to you, consider donating to these efforts to allow incarcerated people to gain back some of their human dignity stripped away by the prison system.