Websites, Videos, Bibliographies and Study Resources

This list was compiled by Racial Reconciliation group of The Episcopal Church.

10 Ways to Fight - Hate: A Community Response Guide
Southern Poverty Law Center

Beloved Community: Commission for Dismantling Racism
Diocese of Atlanta

Engaging and convenient online learning from Episcopal experts on liturgy, evangelism, welcome, discipleship, stewardship and other important topics.

Code Switch: Race & Identity Remixed (Podcast)
National Public Radio Podcast Series
Province I Resources
The Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Mississippi hosted a 90-minute forum.
Filmmaker Katrina Browne discovers that her New England ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. She and nine cousins retrace the Triangle Trade and gain powerful new perspectives on the black/white divide.

How to Talk to Children about Race
Kids and Race
Especially recommended: “Spirituality and Racial Justice” with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
Videos and readings from Trinity Institute 2016. Especially recommended: the Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas’ video presentation.

Map of Hate Groups by State and Localities
Southern Poverty Law Center

Prayers after Ferguson, select resources from the Book of Common Prayer
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Creve-Coeur, Missouri

Prayers of the People and a Litany of Repentance and Commissioning for the Ministry of Justice and Reconciliation
Created by a subcommittee of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music
These are print resources compiled by theological educators for use in a variety of faith community settings.

Sojourners, including multiple articles on Charlottesville and church engagement

The Time for Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Is Now

To Serve and Protect: The Police, Race, and The Episcopal Church in the Black Lives Matter Era
Anglican Theological Review article by The Rev. Gayle Fisher-Stewart

TransEpiscopal is a group of transgender and allied Episcopalians dedicated to fostering the full embrace of trans and nonbinary people, and our loved ones within The Episcopal Church and to inspiring faith-based advocacy for trans justice in the wider world. We are an informal group and though many of us are affiliated with The Episcopal Church we have no official relationship to The Episcopal Church.

Under Our Skin
Seattle Times project on race and racism. Features video interviews with numerous Seattle residents, including the Rt. Rev. Greg Rickel

Virginia Bishops on Charlottesville: What We Saw, What You Can Do
The Diocese of Virginia