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 and Analyzing Systemic Racism
March 26-28 2020 at Lutheran School of Theology

Registration is open for an upcoming two-and-a-half-day session March 26-28 at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. Individuals affiliated with the Diocese of Chicago receive a reduced rate using code EDOC at checkout.

Facilitator Training for Pathway to Reconciliation
Saturday, January 11 at St. James Commons

On January 11 from 9 am to 1 pm at St. James Commons, the diocese’s Antiracism Commission will hold a facilitator training to help congregational leaders learn to use Pathway to Reconciliation, the congregational study guide for the Legacy of Slavery Task Force Report.

Learn more and register online by January 8.  For more information, contact Diane Shalda by email or phone (815-867-6721).

For more information, contact:

Registration questions or concerns:

Jen Boyle-Tucker, 312-751-4215, email

The Rev. Miguel Briones, 630-502-0051, email

The Rev. Gary Cox,  847-204-9567, email

General information about the training:

Joy Bailey, Co-Program Coordinator for Chicago ROAR, email