I've mentioned before that a group of us have been planning a one-day conference on the racial history (particularly slavery and the Jim Crow era and their legacies) of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. It will take place September 6, about a month from now.
Registration has been open for a while, but we now have registration forms online (printable). There's a link on the other blog.
All y'all come if you are within driving distance and can spare a Saturday. Even if you are not from this diocese or are not an Episcopalian, it should be an event well worth attending.
I'll post on this event as time allows and will likely do some kind of writeup afterwards via my monthly column at the Episcopal Café, but you may want to bookmark the other blog, Race, Justice, and Love, since I am about to start updating it and posting there more often and it will have related posts and resources.
I updated this post on August 6. --JCR