Racial Justice & Reconciliation

  1. Ex-inmates learn to share their stories as Episcopal Church expands prisoner re-entry ministries
    Posted Sep 21, 2018
    By David Paulsen
  2. Pilgrimage to new ‘lynching memorial’ fosters racial understanding
    Posted Aug 29, 2018
    By Michelle Hiskey
  3. Charlottesville Episcopalians join peaceful gatherings marking year after hate groups’ violence
    Posted Aug 10, 2018
    By David Paulsen
  4. Grant program to be developed to support congregations’ grassroots work on racial healing
    Posted Aug 6, 2018
    By David Paulsen
  5. Union of Black Episcopalians at 50: ‘Glory of the Past, Hope for the Future’
    Posted Jul 24, 2018
    By Pat McCaughan
  6. General Convention commits to racial reconciliation and becoming a ‘Beloved Community’
    Posted Jul 13, 2018
    By Melodie Woerman
  7. Anti-death penalty resolution builds on church’s advocacy in wake of Arkansas executions
    Posted Jul 9, 2018
    By David Paulsen
  8. TEConversations open with racial reconciliation
    Posted Jul 6, 2018
    By Sharon Tillman
  9. La Convención General se prepara para conversaciones expansivas sobre racismo y reparación racial
    Posted Jul 2, 2018
    Por David Paulsen
  10. General Convention prepares for expansive conversations on racism, racial healing
    Posted Jun 29, 2018
    By David Paulsen
  11. Warriors of the Dream uses African drumming, scripture reflection to build community
    Posted Jun 26, 2018
    By Mary Frances Schjonberg
  12. Two become one in this Virginia Episcopal mission
    Posted Jun 18, 2018
    By Amy Sowder
  13. Mississippi tolls bells in Medgar Evers’ memory
    Posted Jun 13, 2018
    By Scott Lenoir
  14. Ministry with Confederate roots helps African-American children become better readers, citizens
    Posted May 31, 2018
    By Mary Frances Schjonberg
  15. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry joins Truth and Reconciliation Pilgrimage to Ghana
    Posted May 21, 2018
  16. Episcopalians in food ministry worry vulnerable immigrants aren’t being fed because of detention fears
    Posted May 10, 2018
    By Amy Sowder
  17. Pop music’s Beyoncé inspires Eucharist at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco
    Posted Apr 25, 2018
    By Amy Sowder
  18. Archbishop of York speaks out 25 years after racially-motivated murder of Stephen Lawrence
    Posted Apr 25, 2018
  19. Video series invites Episcopalians to revisit slave trade, share truths about race today
    Posted Apr 19, 2018
    Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs
  20. Committee seeks feedback on anti-racism and racial reconciliation training document
    Posted Apr 13, 2018
    Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs