Racial Reconciliation

“Will you seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself? Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?”

2021 Inventory of Racial Justice and Truth-Telling Ministries

Justice: Repairing the Breach in Institutions and Society

1. Dioceses and their congregations engaged the following Church-wide Repairing the Breach ministries during the past 12 months

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  • Episcopal Public Policy Network (EPPN) or the Office of Government Relations 
  • Jubilee Ministries
  • Asset-based Community Development
  • From the Pew to the Public Square Training
  • Economic Justice Assemblies 
  • Poor People’s Campaign

2a. Levels at which dioceses engaged in Reimagining Policing and Criminal Justice Reform

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2b. Levels at which dioceses engaged with Prison Ministries or Re-entry Ministries (supporting persons re-entering community following incarceration)

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2c. Levels at which dioceses engaged in Refugee ministries 

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2d. Levels at which dioceses engaged in Immigration Reform 

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2e. Levels at which dioceses engaged “Education Equity,” including support for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and partnering with under-resourced schools primarily serving students of color

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2f. Housing Equity” for/with communities and People of Color

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2g. Levels at which dioceses engaged around Economic Opportunity for/with communities and People of Color

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2h. Levels at which dioceses engaged around Environmental Racism and Eco-justice

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2i. Levels at which dioceses engaged around Reparations for Racial Justice

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Contact:
Josh Babb

Project Manager for Justice and Sustainability Associates