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.