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Why Anti-racism training?

The Executive Council Committee on Anti-racism (ECCAR) is meeting this week in St. Louis including a visit to Ferguson with the Bishop, young adults, and others working for reconciliation. Representatives from the nine provinces of the Episcopal Church (TEC) and the Episcopal Church Missioner for Racial Reconciliation, Heidi Kim, from the national church staff (she is based in Seattle and there via internet), are meeting in person for the first time this triennium. All their meetings have been electronic until this week. Lelanda Lee, Representative […]

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