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Bishops write concerning Gaza War

Communications Contacts Bishops Write Regarding Gaza War - "We are called to protect the most ulnerable" March 2, 2024BIshops Heyd, Shin and Glasspool today wrote to the people of...

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Bishop-Elect Heyd Receives Required Canonical Consents

Bishop-Elect Heyd Receives Required Canonical Consents The following announcement, in English and Spanish, was released on Friday, January 27 by the Office of Public Affairs of the Episcopal Church. Diocese of New York notified of successful canonical consent process...

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New York Episcopal Federal Credit Union Now A Reality

The National Credit Union Administration Charters New York Episcopal Federal Credit Union Serving Low- and Moderate-Income Members Is Credit Union’s Primary Mission The National Credit Union Administration announced Nov 10 that it has granted a federal charter and...

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Return of the Common Cup

Communications Contacts Bishop Dietsche Announces Return of the Common CupDecline in Covid-19 Infections Opens WayIn a message sent by email today to clergy and congregations of...

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🖤🖤🖤April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Please join us on Wednesday, April 10th at 7pm online for a presentation by the Episcopal Diocese of New York Task Force on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
Register here: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/3517114870333/WN_ldrBSJffRjKTgpf8rOCDqA#/registration
"Breaking the Silence: Exploring the Complexities Sexual Assault at the Intersection of Race, Caste, Ethnicity, Class"
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Sexual assault is a deeply troubling and pervasive issue that affects individuals across diverse communities. However, the experiences and consequences of sexual violence are not uniform and are often shaped by intersecting factors such as race, caste, class, and ethnicity. This webinar aims to delve into the intricate dynamics at the intersection of these identities and their profound impact on survivors of sexual assault.

FEATURED SPEAKERS:
Moderator:
Ms. Christina Dhanuja
Task Force member, writer, and convenor, Global Campaign for Dalit Women

Panelists:
Rev. Dr. S. Helen Chukka
A Dalit theologian who engages in contextual readings of the Bible, including postcolonial, Dalit feminist, anti-caste, and Womanist/Feminist interpretations.

Dr. Brittney Cooper
Author, professor, and activist, known for her work on Black feminism, racial justice, and gender studies. She has written extensively on issues of race, gender, and society in books like "Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower."

Ms. Emma Eagle Heart-White
An Oglála Lakȟóta, a sexual assault survivor, advocate, and psychotherapist. She is the co-author, with her sister Sarah Eagle Heart, of "Warrior Princesses Strike Back: How Lakota Twins Fight Oppression and Heal Through Connectedness."

Ms. Muthoni Muriu
Senior Adviser, Diversity, Inclusion and Shared Leadership at UN Women. She focuses on race and discrimination issues.
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🖤🖤🖤April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Please join us on Wednesday, April 10th at 7pm online for a presentation by the Episcopal Diocese of New York Task Force on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. 
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/3517114870333/WN_ldrBSJffRjKTgpf8rOCDqA#/registration
Breaking the Silence: Exploring the Complexities Sexual Assault at the Intersection of Race, Caste, Ethnicity, Class 
ABOUT THE PROGRAM 
 Sexual assault is a deeply troubling and pervasive issue that affects individuals across diverse communities. However, the experiences and consequences of sexual violence are not uniform and are often shaped by intersecting factors such as race, caste, class, and ethnicity. This webinar aims to delve into the intricate dynamics at the intersection of these identities and their profound impact on survivors of sexual assault.

FEATURED SPEAKERS:
Moderator:
Ms. Christina Dhanuja
Task Force member, writer, and convenor, Global Campaign for Dalit Women

Panelists:
Rev. Dr. S. Helen Chukka
A Dalit theologian who engages in contextual readings of the Bible, including postcolonial, Dalit feminist, anti-caste, and Womanist/Feminist interpretations.

Dr. Brittney Cooper
Author, professor, and activist, known for her work on Black feminism, racial justice, and gender studies. She has written extensively on issues of race, gender, and society in books like Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower.

Ms. Emma Eagle Heart-White
An Oglála Lakȟóta, a sexual assault survivor, advocate, and psychotherapist.  She is the co-author, with her sister Sarah Eagle Heart, of Warrior Princesses Strike Back: How Lakota Twins Fight Oppression and Heal Through Connectedness.

Ms. Muthoni Muriu
Senior Adviser, Diversity, Inclusion and Shared Leadership at UN Women. She focuses on race and discrimination issues.

Our priests are gathering in the Catskills for the annual Priests Retreat under the cosmic light of the solar eclipse! Please join us in prayers and blessings for rest and retreat for the priests of this diocese over the next couple of days. ... See MoreSee Less

Our priests are gathering in the Catskills for the annual Priests Retreat under the cosmic light of the solar eclipse! Please join us in prayers and blessings for rest and retreat for the priests of this diocese over the next couple of days.

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Prayerful and warm greetings to the priests on retreat from your sisters and brothers in Christ, at Christ Church, Sparkill.

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. Unfettered blessings to those attending. .

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