Racial Justice, Healing and Reconciliation Resources

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Trainings and Curricula 

Developed by the Executive Council Committee on Antiracism & Reconciliation (ECCAR) and approved as General Convention Resolution 2018-A044. ECCAR is the official Episcopal Church entity responsible for providing guidance on and tracking of anti-racism and reconciliation activities of the Church.

Developed by staff of The Episcopal Church in the early 2000s, this curriculum focuses on anti-racism and can be used to develop customized trainings.

Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing
Provides trainings that promote racial healing and justice

Online learning from Episcopal experts on a variety of important topics

Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training
Online learning from Episcopal experts on a variety of important topics

Diocese of New Jersey
Innovative training run by the diocesan Anti-Racism Ministry Team

Doctrine of Discovery Training
Organized by the Office of Indigenous Ministries

Healing from Internalized Oppression
Workshops led by the Office of Black Ministries

Make Me An Instrument of Peace
Civil discourse course developed by the Office of Government Relations, Department of Faith Formation and ChurchNext

Sacred Ground
A film- and readings-based dialogue series on race and faith, created by the church’s Racial Reconciliation and Justice Team. An ideal complement to more traditional anti-racism and dismantling racism trainings.

The Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School
Works with a network of reconciliation scholars and practitioners and offers resources for reconciliation

The Kaleidoscope Institute
Provides resources and trainings that equip church leaders to create sustainable, multicultural churches and communities

The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond
Focuses on understanding what racism is, where it comes from, how it functions, why it persists and how it can be undone.

Visions, Inc.
Provides training and resources that grow for a more equitable world where differences are valued and used for the benefit of all.