5/12/2019 3 Comments
#27 - Pathway to Reconciliation
Saturday, 10:30 am - 12 noon
Diane Shalda, Chicago, IL
This workshop provides an overview of "The Pathway to Reconciliation" Study Guide which was designed for use with congregations .It is based on the Diocesan Final Report of the Legacy of Slavery Task Force. The Task Force was to examine the complicity of the Diocese of Chicago and its predecessor, the Diocese of Illinois, in: a. "the institution of slavery; b. the subsequent history of segregation and discrimination; and c. the current practices of segregation and discrimination". The study guide addresses these three issues. Congregations are finally asked to reimagine their congregation in light of antiracism and decide what next steps need to be taken.
6/24/2019 06:18:36 pm
Rory Smith and Diane Shalda are both members of the Antiracism Commission of the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago. For more information about the Commission, please visit the website.: https://www.episcopalchicago.org/at-work-in-the-church/anti-racism
7/17/2019 02:47:52 pm
Here is the link to download the Executive Summary of the Task Force Report on the Legacy of slavery that we we talked about in the workshop
7/18/2019 01:28:18 pm
We have a FaceBook Group that emerged from our session at the Big Provincial Gathering this month. When our group was challenged to continue the conversation on Dismantling Racism we set up a FaceBook page while we were sitting there. Blog here and also join our conversation on FaceBook
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