FAITH AND JUSTICE

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You do not need to be a member of All Saints to join us in this life-changing work.

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ANTI-RACISM COMMITTEE

It is our goal to bring our faith into action through developing relationships with other organizations, encouraging advocacy, participating in training ourselves and others - and aid in building the diocesan network of community and resources.

Our Foundation for Anti-Racism Action at All Saints

…We value each individual as bearing the image of God,

…We feed both body and soul in service to others, and

…We believe that racism is a sin against humanity.

 

See our Working Mission Statement at the Bottom of the Page

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St. Margaret's Sister Parish

 
Our Sister Parish
St. Margaret's Church

The Bronx: a partnership for strengthening parish relationships in the diocese and growing beloved community.

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LISTEN


All Saints

Anti-racism

Podcast and Video

Selections

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READ


All Saints

Anti-Racism

Book

Selections

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We Support: GOSO

Getting Out Staying Out

Mission: GOSO partners with people impacted by arrest and incarceration on a journey of education, employment and emotional wellbeing and collaborates with NYC communities to support a culture of nonviolence.

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We Support:

NYC Family Justice Center


Mayor's Office to

End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence

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We Support:
Rural & Migrant Ministry

Rural & Migrant Ministry works for the creation of a just, rural New York State through:

  • Nurturing leadership

  • Standing with the disenfranchised, especially farmworkers and rural workers

  • Changing unjust systems and structures

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Episcopal Diocese of New York

Anti-Racism Initiatives from our Diocesan Webpage

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Racial Reconciliation
of ECUSA

Episcopal Church

Racial Reconciliation Resources

Webpage

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Responding to Racial Violence
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Episcopal Church 

Responding to Racial Violence

webpage

OUR WORKING MISSION STATEMENT

Our Foundation for Anti-Racism Action at All Saints

…We value each individual as bearing the image of God,

…We feed both body and soul in service to others, and

…We believe that racism is a sin against humanity.

 

Our Working Mission Statement:

We believe that racism is a sin that draws us away from the love of God and one another, and that initiatives and opportunities that address the sin of racism are at the very foundation of our Christian call to “strive for justice and peace among all people.”

We seek to address racism by

  • working against racism both on an individual level and in identified systems where injustice due to racial disparities causes financial, emotional, and psychological hardship;

  • creating a dynamic space for our congregation and community to join in understanding the consequences of racism and the means of restorative justice; and

  • supporting institutions, policies, and initiatives dedicated to anti-racism through volunteering our time and financial resources.

Our efforts and partnerships will extend to secular as well as church-led organizations and in alliance with The Episcopal Diocese of New York and The National Episcopal Church.