Racial Justice & Reconciliation

  1. Moravian Church leaders turn to full communion partner The Episcopal Church for assistance with anti-racism wo...
    Posted Feb 25, 2020
    Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs
  2. Southwest Florida Episcopalians lead efforts to remember victim of 1914 lynching in St. Petersburg
    Posted Feb 12, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  3. Texas diocese announces $13 million commitment to fund racial justice projects
    Posted Feb 12, 2020
    Episcopal Diocese of Texas
  4. Across racial and denominational divides, two churches forge a decade-long partnership
    Posted Feb 3, 2020
    By Mary Frances Schjonberg
  5. Voorhees College draws on strong bond with Episcopal Church to live into educational mission
    Posted Jan 24, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  6. Oldest Episcopal parish’s past holds uncomfortable truths in city where African American history began
    Posted Jan 22, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  7. Headlining 50th annual Martin Luther King breakfast, Presiding Bishop decries political injustice
    Posted Jan 20, 2020
    By Egan Millard
  8. As nation honors Martin Luther King Jr., some churches pay tribute in stained glass
    Posted Jan 17, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  9. Baptizing child of early enslaved Africans helped tie Episcopal Church to slavery’s legacy
    Posted Dec 10, 2019
    By Mary Frances Schjonberg
  10. Episcopal Church announces 2019 Becoming Beloved Community grant recipients
    Posted Dec 6, 2019
    Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs
  11. Georgia bishop commits 3 percent of the diocese’s endowment to racial reconciliation, healing
    Posted Nov 19, 2019
  12. Confederate symbols workshop guides priests in confronting past by reexamining it truthfully
    Posted Nov 14, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  13. ‘The unvarnished truth’: Episcopal Peace Fellowship marks 80th anniversary with racial reconciliat...
    Posted Nov 13, 2019
    By Egan Millard
  14. Diocese of New York establishes reparations fund, adopts anti-slavery resolutions from 1860
    Posted Nov 12, 2019
    By Egan Millard
  15. Iconic Boston church reckons with its links to slavery
    Posted Nov 8, 2019
    By Egan Millard
  16. Absalom Jones Center to launch social justice project named for Bishop Barbara Harris
    Posted Nov 7, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  17. Pilgrimage connects racism to America’s core, focusing Executive Council’s work for change
    Posted Oct 21, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  18. Redlining exhibit at Cleveland cathedral examines historic roots of housing discrimination
    Posted Oct 15, 2019
    By Egan Millard
  19. All Our Children awards $90,000 to 23 Episcopal-affiliated programs working toward education equity
    Posted Oct 15, 2019
    All Our Children
  20. North Dakota diocese to welcome pilgrimages at Standing Rock interpretive center and lodge
    Posted Oct 14, 2019
    By David Paulsen