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Streams of Justice

Justice E-News from The Presbyterian Church in Canada
Attention Subscribers of the Healing and Reconciliation E-Newsletter
The Healing and Reconciliation E-Newsletter is merging with Streams of Justice. You will continue to receive news and resources related to reconciliation and Indigenous rights in this newsletter.

Justice and…Serenity?

Pursuing justice in a time of pandemic can be overwhelming. Dr. Allyson Carr, Associate Secretary of Justice Ministries, shares the history behind a well-known serenity prayer, offering it as a source of courage and hope.
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Speaking Out Against Racism and Hate in Canada
Speaking Out Against Racism and Hate in Canada—a new group study guide for talking about how to understand and work to end systemic racism and hate—was released this June.

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Justice, Healing & Reconciliation
On June 10, Indigenous church leaders met with the Moderator to discuss anti-Indigenous racism and violence. A statement regarding the meeting and action to follow was subsequently released on the PCC website.

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Countering Online Hate

Many people find community online and the Internet has been a useful tool throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. But the Internet can also be an incubator for online hate. The Rev. Daniel Cho reflects on how Christians can respond.

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Seeking Justice: In the City, In the Church
In January, Presbyterians in Ottawa, Ont., attended a conference hosted by Citizens for Public Justice. The Rev. Dr. Karen Dimock highlights moments from the day that she is carrying into her ministry.

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Reading for Change

This spring, Carragh Erhardt, Justice Ministries, joined an online book club organized by Presbyterian Peace Fellowship in reading Undoing Border Imperialism by Harsha Walia. The book is an invitation to faithfully reconsider the borders that define our world.

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Five Years of the TRC’s
Calls to Action

It has been five years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued the 94 Calls to Action. How far have we come? What can you do to support their implementation?

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Indigenous Women’s Month at KAIROS
Throughout June, KAIROS is highlighting and celebrating Indigenous women working to make change in Canada and the Global South through featured profiles, spotlights and inspiring reflections.

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Recent News & Resources

The Church and Anti-Racism
The Moderator Reflects on Anti-Black Racism
Webinars on Justice in a Time of Pandemic
A Conversation with Indigenous Ministries About COVID-19
A Pandemic Calls Us to Work Together – Community Response Networks
Spiritual Resources from the Canadian Poverty Institute
PCC Writes to Government re. Guaranteed Basic Income and Israel-Palestine
KAIROS and Citizens for Public Justice Join Call for Just Recovery
For the Love of Creation: A Faith-based Initiative for Climate Justice
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