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May 24, 2016

Volunteers gather outside Saint Philip’s Episcopal Church before the #KnowJusticeHarlem event on Monday, May 23. Photo: Angela James

[St. Philip’s Episcopal Church] Residents of Harlem, along with several nonprofit and religious organizations, joined author Bryan Stevenson to discuss...

February 17, 2016

By: Charles A. Wynder, II, Missioner for Social Justice and Advocacy Engagement

One evening a grandfather told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. He said, "My son, the battle is between two "wolves" inside us all. One is Evil. It is anger, greed, arrogance, self-pity, resentment, superiority . . . The other is Good.  It is joy, peace, love, hope,...

August 17, 2015

Welcome to the Domestic Policy Action Network (DPAN), your go-to news primer for current domestic issues related to Episcopal Church policy and advocacy organized by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society! This bimonthly newsletter includes an overview of...

May 6, 2015

Welcome to the Domestic Policy Action Network (DPAN), your go-to news primer for current domestic issues related to Episcopal Church policy and advocacy organized by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society! This bimonthly newsletter includes legislative updates on the federal budget...

December 15, 2014

Domestic Policy Action Network Newsletter

December 2014

Merry Christmas from the Domestic Policy Action Network (DPAN), your go-to news primer for current domestic issues related to Episcopal...

November 5, 2014

Welcome to the Domestic Policy Action Network Newsletter! This monthly primer will keep you updated on the latest federal legislation addressing national issues related to poverty, criminal justice reform, and the environment. Although this briefing is by no...

December 5, 2012

At St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston, kids compete in a hip hop dance competition as part of the ReVision program that mentors juvenile offenders.

[Episcopal News Service] At 16, Antonio hadn’t envisioned much of a future, except to join the Southwest Cholos street gang in his...

July 11, 2011

Casey Anthony is not guilty. A jury of her peers has decided she is not to be held responsible and accountable for the death of her daughter. I do not know if this is a just verdict. I have not followed the case closely, in part because of my distrust that the media can report on this or most...

May 31, 2011

Anglican church leaders in New Zealand are urging politicians to set up a special commission to investigate the country's criminal justice system.

The move follows a remark by the Deputy Prime Minister Bill English that "prisons are a fiscal and moral failure."

Archbishops David...

June 14, 2010

Not long ago, Anthony Hakim Johnson was doing time for a felony. Now, he's giving back to his community as a chemical dependency counselor while studying for his bachelor's degree at Capitol University through a Presidential Scholarship. Mentoring by Episcopalian Madeleine Trichel helped him...

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