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Ghost Ship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England - Azariah D A France-Williams

Ghost Ship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England - Azariah D A France-Williams
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16 May 2021 15:00 - 16:30

Sunday 16  May

Starts: 3pm - Ends: 4.30pm

Free - Donations Welcome

Zoom Course Z1621

Fr. Azariah France-Williams in his book, Ghost Ship issues a stark warning to the church, demonstrating how black and brown ministers are left to drown in a sea of complacency and collusion. Far from being an issue which can be solved by simply recruiting black and brown clergy, says France-Williams, structural racism requires a wholesale dismantling and reassembling of the ship – before it’s too late.

Join the conversation and be part of the change. Fr. Azariah is a priest in the Church of England in an urban parish which is a member of the HeartEdge church network. He is a visiting scholar for Sarum College and is a podcaster and broadcaster. In his session he will be inviting us to think, speak, and act. He also would like to enable us to connect with our own causes and realize the power we have to effect change.

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