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The Episcopal Diocese
of New York

1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10025
Tel: (212) 316-7400

Diocesan Anti-Racism Initiatives

The purpose of the diocesan Anti-Racism Workshop is to help us become aware of how the sin of racism impacts ALL of our lives, and how we all unconsciously and consciously participate in racist systems.  Dialogue is the foundation of the two-day workshop (9:00 – 4:00).  We use group exercises and examine scientific and historical evidence (video format) concerning the origins of the concept of race and its legacy. Coffee and lunch are served and there is no cost to register and attend for members of our diocese.  There is a $25.00 registration fee for members of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark and $50.00 fee for all others.  Of the hundreds of workshop participants, more than 85% have found the workshop to be “very useful” or “extremely useful” in their work and daily lives.

Anti-Racism Workshops are typically held three times a year, in the winter, spring and early fall.

Questions? Please call Arlene Bullard at 212 932 7363 or email her.

Upcoming Workshops and Other Events (Click on event title for details)

Anti-Racism Workshop – Manhattan

Sat, September 16, 2023 - Sat, September 23, 2023
Holy Trinity Church (Inwood), Manhattan
20 Cumming St.
New York, NY 10034 United States
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Annual Bronx-wide Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration

Mon, January 15, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
NY United States

Blessed Absalom Jones Celebration

Sat, February 3, 2024 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10025 United States
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Mission Office Contacts

The Rev. Yamily Bass-Choate
Liaison for Global Mission

Office: 212-316-7432
Fax: 212-932-7345

The Rt. Rev. Mary D. Glasspool
Bishop Assistant

Office: 212-316-7442

Ms. Michelle Chang
Executive Assistant to the Bishop Suffragan and the Assistant Bishop

Office: 212-316-7484
Fax: 212-316-7405

Click Above to Visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s “Talking About Race” Pages