Archive for tag: anti-racism

Archive pour tag : anti-racism

United Church makes historic declaration to become an anti-racist church

Adele Halliday has been appointed as the first Anti-Racism and Equity Officer for the United Church of Canada.

After decades of nipping around the edges of the issues of systemic racism, the Commissioners of the 43rd General Council voted to declare the denomination to become an anti-racist church on Saturday, October 24, 2020. “This doesn’t mean we have achieved this goal,” explains the Moderator, the Right Rev. Richard Bott, “but we are taking a stand and saying we are publicly committed to eliminating systemic racism from our practices and policies.”

One of the last actions of outgoing General Secretary Nora Sanders was to create a new Anti-Racism and Equity Officer position in the General Council Office. After an extensive search process, we are pleased to announce that the successful candidate is Adele Halliday, who has already been deeply engaged in related work within the Church in Mission Unit and has worked with the United Church since 2004.
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Posted: October 29, 2020 • Permanent link: ecu.net/?p=10850
Categories: NewsIn this article: anti-racism, equity, United Church of Canada
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