One Book, One Diocese: Resurrection Hope: A Future where Black Lives Matter
Part of the diocesan “One Book, One Diocese” Initiative, we’ll discuss the book at coffee hour on Sunday, May 21.
On April 13 and 25, people from across the Diocese of Chicago gathered on Zoom to discuss Resurrection Hope: A Future Where Black Lives Matter by the Very Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, dean of Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary and canon theologian at the Washington National Cathedral.
The programs, presented by the diocesan Peace and Justice Committee and the Anti-Racism Commission, are the first in a “One Book, One Diocese” initiative that Ellen Lindeen, chair of the Peace and Justice Committee, modeled on the Chicago Public Library’s popular “One Book, One Chicago” program.