Attendees of the Conference on Afro-Anglicanism speak about the aims and outcomes of the gathering. October 29, 1985.
Bishop Harris performs a baptism at St. John and St. James Church in Roxbury, Massachusetts, during the June 11, 2000 diocesan Pentecost Festival on Boston Common. Photo courtesy of Episcopal Times, Diocese of Massachusetts.
The Black Experience in the Episcopal Church, a 1986 Forward Movement Publication, written by Lydia T. Wright, M.D.
Flyer from the S.O.U.L. Conference sponsored by the Black Ministries and Youth Ministries Offices of the Episcopal Church, 2004.
The Rev. Dr. Winfred Vergara, Missioner for Asian American Ministries of the Episcopal Church, preaches at a service for Hmong refugees, November 2005.
A volunteer, Jane Bentley, of the Black Ministry Office’s Santa Fe Outreach Project assists Dwayne K. Jones, a 9th grade student at Lincoln Sr. High School, 1976.
Enmegahbowh (Ottawa), the first American Indian ordained in the Episcopal Church in 1859.
Owanah Anderson, a Choctaw from Oklahoma and director of Native American Ministries of the Episcopal Church, signs the New Jamestown Covenant, the Church’s new covenant with Native Americans, November 1997.
Poster produced by ESCRU featuring President Lyndon B. Johnson’s position on racism, c. 1968.
Draft document of the House of Bishops’ pastoral letter on “The Sin of Racism,” introduced by the Bishop of Western Michigan at the September 1993 interim meeting of the House of Bishops.