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Women, Slavery and the Church

The University of Liverpool’s Centre for the Study of International Slavery (CSIS), in collaboration with the Church of England Racial Justice Unit (CoERJU), is bringing together community researchers, academics and theologians


Being Installed as an Honorary Canon

I have always loved Cathedrals – these great bastions of faith and tradition hold a special fascination; the architecture, their place in the nation’s often dark and turbulent history, the


Why we still celebrate Black History Month

As we enter Black History Month (BHM), my ambivalence about commemorating this event resurfaces. This celebration began life in 1915 by notable African American historian Carter G Woodson and a


Why we need diverse books

Jon Biddle, the Reading Champion for Moorlands Primary School, has given us his recommendations for books to support children engaging in Black History Month. He continues the story: “Books can