Racial Justice & Reconciliation

  1. House of Deputies repudiates pro-slavery views of 19th century house president in somber vote
    Posted Jun 27, 2024
    By David Paulsen
  2. Civil War-era House of Deputies president’s pro-slavery views were long overlooked, until now
    Posted Jun 20, 2024
    By David Paulsen
  3. Churches, dioceses to host variety of Juneteenth celebrations
    Posted Jun 12, 2024
    By Melodie Woerman
  4. Coalition for Racial Equity and Justice takes first steps as nonprofit with inaugural board
    Posted Jun 5, 2024
    By David Paulsen
  5. Committees discuss Episcopal seminaries, theology schools incorporating anti-racism education into curricula
    Posted May 30, 2024
    By Shireen Korkzan
  6. Committees hear testimony on reparations commitment, increasing number of people of color in church positions
    Posted May 24, 2024
    By Shireen Korkzan
  7. Committees hear testimony on developing a common framework for anti-racism training
    Posted May 17, 2024
    By Shireen Korkzan
  8. Episcopal Church’s presiding officers sign documents to create Coalition for Racial Equity and Justice
    Posted Apr 17, 2024
    By ENS Staff
  9. Arkansas priest named interim executive director of Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing
    Posted Apr 16, 2024
    By David Paulsen
  10. Tensions flare publicly between former Absalom Jones Center director, Atlanta bishop
    Posted Mar 19, 2024
    By David Paulsen
  11. Diocese of Northern Michigan traveling exhibit shares stories of Indigenous boarding school survivors
    Posted Mar 14, 2024
    By Shireen Korkzan
  12. Past Reckoning: Exploring the Racial History of the Moravian and Episcopal Churches
    Posted Mar 12, 2024
    Moravian-Episcopal Coordinating Committee
  13. Michigan diocese makes civil rights pilgrimage to Alabama to begin the work of ‘grace-filled, uncomforta...
    Posted Feb 23, 2024
    By Todd Nissen
  14. Province II offers slave trade lament modeled on the Way of the Cross for Lent
    Posted Feb 12, 2024
    By Melodie Woerman
  15. Executive Council previews ‘legendary Louisville’ hospitality as 81st General Convention approache...
    Posted Jan 29, 2024
    By David Paulsen
  16. Episcopalians bid farewell to Catherine Meeks as she retires as Absalom Jones Center’s executive director
    Posted Jan 5, 2024
    By Shireen Korkzan
  17. Church in Charleston, South Carolina, sponsors historical marker detailing 1919 anti-Black riot
    Posted Dec 14, 2023
    By David Paulsen
  18. North Carolina missioner for reparations and restitution begins her work by learning churches’ stories
    Posted Nov 17, 2023
    By Melodie Woerman
  19. Episcopal Coalition for Racial Equity and Justice moves closer to launch as independent nonprofit
    Posted Nov 14, 2023
    By David Paulsen
  20. Episcopal Urban Caucus gathers in Philadelphia to learn about urban ministries, honor Bishop Barbara Harris
    Posted Nov 6, 2023
    By Shireen Korkzan