The growing #BlackLivesMatter movement has resonated with a number of religious leaders, and critics have objected, claiming that the movement has endangered the lives of police,
The Cathedral of St. John in Providence, R.I., and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in downtown Richmond, VA, address the historic role of The Episcopal Church in slavery and the Confederacy.
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II, is a civil rights leader and minister in North Carolina. Following the killings in Charleston, and the removal of
Clementa Pinckney and Sharonda Coleman-Singleton performing a baptism at Mother Emanuel Fr. Scott Russell, Rector of St Brendan’s Episcopal Church, preached his sermon this Sunday
For many decades now, throughout most dioceses and many institutions of the Episcopal Church, anti-racism efforts have been an important part of Episcopalians striving to
The Episcopal Church has released a comprehensive report assessing the Church’s work to combat racism, internally and externally. Does it give you hope? What does the report miss? What does the Church seem to be doing well?
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