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Understanding & Analyzing Systemic Racism Training

Understanding & Analyzing Systemic Racism Training

Upcoming Trainings The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago requires antiracism training for people in elected and appointed leadership positions. It is also a requirement for congregational study guide facilitators for the Legacy of Slavery Report. The training is also open to anyone in the diocese who wants to help build a stronger multicultural community. CROAR:  Understanding…

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Critical Cultural Competency Workshop on August 17

Critical Cultural Competency Workshop on August 17

Saturday, August 17, 2019 9 am to 5 pm at McCormick Theological Seminary 5460 S. University Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615 Offered by Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training and its regional program, Chicago Regional Organizing for Antiracism (Chicago ROAR), this workshop is designed to help participants create the spaces to be self-reflective about our cultural shaping as…

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Understanding & Analyzing Systemic Racism Training: October 17-19

Understanding & Analyzing Systemic Racism Training: October 17-19

Upcoming Trainings October 17-19 at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago (5401 South Cornell Ave.) The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago requires antiracism training for people in elected and appointed leadership positions. It is also a requirement for congregational study guide facilitators for the Legacy of Slavery Report. The training is also open to anyone in the…

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A Pathway Opens

A new program offers congregations a way to explore the legacy of slavery

In 1853, the state of Illinois passed a law prohibiting free black people from settling in the state. Twelve years later, the measure was repealed, and Illinois became the first state to ratify the 13th Amendment, which abolished chattel slavery. Those conflicting impulses continue to manifest themselves every day in communities across the Diocese of Chicago,…

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Facilitator Training on Legacy of Slavery Study Guide Now Available

Facilitator Training on Legacy of Slavery Study Guide Now Available

Saturday, February 17 at St. James Commons, sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese Antiracism Commission Bishop Lee has enthusiastically charged each congregation to fulfill the convention resolution inviting us to spend the next year in conversation “on the impact of the legacy of slavery and segregation and discrimination in its local context” based on the Legacy of Slavery Taskforce…

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