Racial Justice & Reconciliation

  1. Episcopal leaders rally church behind post-election justice advocacy in online assembly
    Posted Nov 20, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  2. International Black Clergy Conference brings people together across the African diaspora
    Posted Nov 13, 2020
    By Pat McCaughan
  3. 30 years ago, controversy over King holiday sowed seeds of Episcopal racial justice work today
    Posted Oct 22, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  4. First-ever survey of race, sexuality and gender identity of Episcopal clergy is underway
    Posted Oct 21, 2020
    By Egan Millard
  5. Diocese of Maryland’s reparations fund gains $100,000 in community donations
    Posted Oct 15, 2020
    By Adelle M. Banks
  6. Budget to take center stage as Executive Council kicks off fall meeting during ‘sobering times’
    Posted Oct 9, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  7. Confederate, slaveholding roots found in bio of donor behind Corbin scholarships, once limited to white recipi...
    Posted Oct 8, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  8. Becoming Beloved Community NOW webinars available on demand
    Posted Oct 1, 2020
    Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs
  9. Presiding Bishop calls for sacred spaces as safe places as Louisville protests continue
    Posted Sep 25, 2020
  10. Baltimore church, founded as ‘memorial’ to slaveholders, seeks to atone for racism in its past
    Posted Sep 25, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  11. Kentucky bishop balances calls for peace and justice after grand jury finds police killing of Breonna Taylor j...
    Posted Sep 24, 2020
    By Egan Millard
  12. Presiding Bishop, in House of Bishops sermon, promotes voting, Christian love over divisions
    Posted Sep 16, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  13. Sewanee issues statement rejecting past ties to Confederacy, commits to further racial justice initiatives
    Posted Sep 8, 2020
    By Egan Millard
  14. The University of the South’s Statement on its past Veneration of the Confederacy
    Posted Sep 8, 2020
    University of the South
  15. Milwaukee bishop calls for ‘righteous anger’ after another shooting of a Black man by police
    Posted Aug 24, 2020
    By Egan Millard
  16. Amid escalated police presence, Los Angeles-area Episcopal church offers sanctuary to protesters
    Posted Aug 24, 2020
    By Alejandra Molina
  17. Episcopal martyr Jonathan Myrick Daniels honored in online commemorations
    Posted Aug 17, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  18. A bishop and priest with previous law enforcement careers confront a system in crisis
    Posted Aug 12, 2020
    By Egan Millard
  19. Chicago church’s Greenlining Campaign works to reverse effects of racism in housing
    Posted Aug 5, 2020
  20. Brotherhood of St. Andrew’s national leaders apologize over handling of racism debate
    Posted Aug 4, 2020
    By David Paulsen