Awakening to Racial Justice



We believe in an unchanging God: unchanging in love, unchanging in faithfulness, unchanging in supplying comfort and peace



Responses from Bishop Brown
  • Profound Unrest
  • Video statement from Bishop Brown
    • Injustice
    • Outrage
    • Inhumanity
    • Time of Pandemic





Diocesan Commission at Work
  • Becoming Beloved Community in Delaware
  • Becoming Beloved Community — the Episcopal Church’s long-term commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and justice
  • Co-Chairs of the Commission
    • The Rev. Chuck Weiss
    • Dr. Sheridan Quarless Kingsberry

 

 

 



Litany for Social Justice


Resources

Preaching Black Lives (Matter)

  • Preaching Black Lives (Matter) is an anthology that asks, “What does it mean to be church where Black lives matter?

Racial Justice & Reconciliation

  • From the Episcopal News Service.




From Our Local Churches and Leaders





From the Episcopal Church


 




A video of Bishop Desmond TuTu’s lecture titled, “Dreams of Freedom”. This lecture was delivered at the Bishop Quintin E. Primo Lecture Series in Wilmington.




The SSO and featured guest University of Michigan Men’s Glee Club, lead by conductor Eugene Rogers, will premiere a newly commissioned fully orchestrated version of “The Seven Last Words of the Unarmed” by composer Joel Thompson, made possible in part with the support of Linda and Stuart Nelson. This is a multi-movement work honoring the lives of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Eric Garner, Kenneth Chamberlain, Amadou Diallo, and John Crawford.




A conversation with Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility.




A conversation with local leaders and pastors on the 21 Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge.




Cadex Herrera, left, was one of the artists who created a memorial mural of George Floyd near the site in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he died. Photo: Xena Goldman





Co-creator of George Floyd mural is an Episcopalian with a passion for social justice art

 

 

One of the mural’s lead artists, Cadex Herrera, is an Episcopalian from White Bear Lake, Minnesota, who immigrated to the United States from Belize when he was 19. Herrera works as an elementary school behavioral specialist who creates art on the side.