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Anti-Racism Action

Pathways, resources, and major partners in the ministry of racial reconciliation, justice, and healing can be found on the Episcopal Church website.

Members of the Anti-Racism Action Group

Katy Chaffee
Ann Cooper
Angela Emerson
Rachel Field
Megaera Fitch
Mary Hamilton
John Keenan
Earl Kooperkamp
Marguerite Mason
Denise Noble
Bishop Shannon MacVean-Brown
Marcía M. Meinerth
Fred Moser
David McKay
Robert Spainhour
CJ Spirito
Robert Stuhlmann
Rick Swanson
Pamela Van de Graaf
Auburn Watersong

Resources

Abenaki and Vermont Native Peoples

“We acknowledge the traditional, ancestral, and unceded land of the Abenaki people on which we are worshiping, praying, and celebrating today. We honor the Abenaki people who have been living and working on this land from time immemorial. We recognize that colonialism and the oppression of Native peoples is a current and ongoing process, and we commit to building our awareness of our present participation. And so, we give thanks for those who have come before us, honoring the legacy of Vermont’s Indigenous people, the Abenaki People of the Dawn. We are grateful for the care and sharing of this land.” – Excerpt from the liturgy of the 187th Diocesan Convention of The Episcopal Church in Vermont (October 26, 2019)Read more.

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