CARJ Webinar series: The Struggle for Racial Justice

The Struggle for Racial Justice: Recalling the past and discerning the future. A CARJ series of webinars will take place from May to August 2023. The aim of these webinars is to reflect on the history of the past 75 years and attempt to discern the best ways forward for society and for the Church in the effort to bring about a more just, more equal and more cooperative society.

The Webinars will take place on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. Each Webinar will last for an hour and a half. There will be two speakers and ample time for discussion. Yogi Sutton will Chair the Webinars. The Webinars are free. To register for one or more webinars or if you need further information, please contact the CARJ Administrator at A link will be sent to all who register. The Webinars will be recorded and will be available on the CARJ website until the end of August 2023.

The Changing Face of Britain – A Brief History 1947-2023 – Saturday 27 May (10 – 11.30am)

Persistent inequality and Racism over the past 75 years – Thursday 15 June (7 – 8.30pm)

Combatting Racism – different approaches over the past 75 years – Thursday 29 June (7 – 8.30pm)

The Churches role in combatting racism over the past 75 years – Thursday 6 July (7 – 8.30pm)

Combatting racism – An Agenda for the Future for Britain – Saturday 29 July (10 – 11.30am)

The Church’s role in the struggle for Racial Justice in the future – Thursday 3 August (7 – 8.30pm)

These Webinars are a preparation for CARJ’s 40th Anniversary in 2024.