I. Archives Research Report. The Church's Contemporary Response to Racism: A History of Anti-Racism Training in the The Episcopal Church
II. The Episcopal Church's Response to the Call for Repentance and Study
General Convention Resolution 2009-A143, Extension of General Convention Resolution A123, recommitted the Church to study the economic benefits of slavery through the 2013-2015 triennium. The Resolution requests that each diocese name a Day of Repentance, hold a Service of Repentance, and encourages dioceses to study slavery, segregation, and discrimination in their own communities.
The Rev. John Kitagawa, Chair of the Executive Council Committee on Anti-Racism, circulated a letter to every diocesan Bishop in May 2011, asking for a report on specific actions taken in their diocese in response to the Resolution. The Archives of the Episcopal Church is working in support of the Committee on Anti-Racism to share these responses online. This digital archive is intended as an information resource for the Committee, the General Convention, provinces, dioceses, congregations, and Church members. While dioceses may be inspired by the resources to formulate their own services, these materials are published here for educational purposes only.