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Resources in Racial Equity
In the 1990s, the General Assembly set two diversity goals: increasing the people of color share of the membership to 10 percent by 2005 and to 20 percent by 2010…. Read more »
A brochure that explains why inclusive and expansive language is important and suggests ways to express the fullness of God’s presence including guidelines for speaking and writing. Produced by the… Read more »
REYWT is a network of racial ethnic young women, and the 12 members of the Core Team, the decision-making body of REYWT, reflect the diversity of today’s church. The Core… Read more »
Scholarships are available to young women of color who want to attend PC(USA) conferences. By attending these conferences, you can connect with other church leaders, deepen your understanding of PC(USA)… Read more »
Responding to a recommendation from the Racial Equity Advocacy Committee, the 213th General Assembly (2001) created a Task Force to Study Issues of Reparations for African Americans, Native Americans, Alaskan… Read more »
From 2006. This year we reflect on the significance of Race Relations Sunday by honoring the legacy of women of color in active leadership in the Presbyterian Church. We celebrate… Read more »
A service to use for Race Relations Sunday.
“Stories from Our Past: Presbyterians and the Struggle for Civil Rights” is a paper that Fred Heuser gave at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church on January 14, 2007. Heuser’s paper, an… Read more »
Excerpts from order of worship (January 10, 2007) honoring the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. and those youth and young adults who were part of the movement… Read more »
A chronology of important events in the life of Dr. King.