Displaying 1 - 20 of 186

Webinar remembers past massacres in the Pacific

A webinar on 18 October remembered past massacres in the Pacific, honoring the legacy and resilience of the victims. Speakers reflected on past massacres in Samoa, the Marshall Islands, and Kanaky, all of which took place during colonial times or during occupation.

 

Webinar remembers past massacres in Latin America

A 27 September webinar, part of the ongoing Remembering Past Massacres” series, focused on Latin America, with speakers reflecting on the atrocities committed against indigenous populations in the name of Christianisation, the trans-Atlantic slave trade, the ruthless military dictatorships in South America during the 1960s-80s, and the 1937 massacre of Haitians in the Dominican Republic.

 

“Remembering Past Massacres” webinar will focus on Latin America

An upcoming webinar, part of the ongoing Remembering Past Massacres” series, will focus on Latin America, with speakers reflecting on the atrocities committed against Indigenous populations in the name of Christianisation, the trans-Atlantic slave trade, the ruthless military dictatorships in South America during the 1960s-80s, and the 1937 massacre of Haitians in the Dominican Republic.

100 years after Tulsa massacre, webinar remembers victims

A webinar on 1 June—100 years after the Tulsa race massacre—honored the legacy of victims of past massacres.

From Tulsa, Rev. Dr Robert Turner, pastor of Historic Vernon chapel A.M.E. church and academic dean for Jackson Theological Seminary, spoke as he was getting ready to commemorate the victims of the massacre.

#CandleOfJustice will mark anniversary of the killing of George Floyd

Churches Together in England will be marking the anniversary of the killing of George Floyd on 25 May with a special #CandleOfJustice.

Churches will be uniting at noon that day to light a candle, pray and commit to taking personal and institutional action to tackle racism in society and in churches.