Voices Heard:
A Diocese Explores Pathways Toward Reparations

A webinar series sponsored by the Reparations Committee
of the Diocese of New York

All webinars are on Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
The legacy of the transatlantic slave trade is deeply entrenched in the structural systems and legislative actions that govern communities today. This series of panel discussions organized by the Reparations Committee for the Diocese intends to broaden awareness and deepen our understanding of the pressing topics of an intractable nature of systemic racism on education, health, economics, gender, policing and the criminal justice system, the church and more that negatively impact people of African heritage.

Bringing experts, community organizers, civic leaders, clergy and laity into dialogue will help to inform us and make commitments for engagement in our own communities as we prepare our cause for action in making recommendations for the task brought forth through Resolution regarding the Reparations Fund.
Educational Opportunity Denied: The Legacy of Segregated Housing
Tuesday, May 25
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Medical Apartheid and Systemic Racism
Tuesday, June 8
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Reaching For a Better Tomorrow: The Work and Mission of Hudson Link Working For Higher Education in Prison
Tuesday, June 22
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The Awakening of Unwoke People: Church, Religion and State
Tuesday, July 6
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Rectors of Color: Examining the Missed Opportunities of Deployment
Tuesday, July 20
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Questions?
Please email the Rev. Richard Witt at rcyrilwitt@aol.com.