Now Available: Recording of Featured Presentation on the Slavery, History, Memory and Reconciliation Project at CRRA Annual Meeting

If you didn't get a chance to tune in to the CRRA Virtual Annual Meeting last month - or would like to revisit this excellent presentation - be sure to check out the recording and learn about the important work of the Slavery, History, Memory and Reconciliation Project.

Our guest presenters Dr. Laura Weis, Project Coordinator, Doctoral Candidate Kelly Schmidt, Research Coordinator, and Danielle Harrison, Advisory Committee member, discussed the connections being made with descendants of the enslaved, community members and scholars, the research needed to facilitate these conversations, and communication with all stakeholders on what transformative solutions might look like.

In addition to highlighting the SHMR Project, we provided an update on CRRA resources and thanked the many volunteers serving on CRRA committees, including our annual special recognition of individuals who have made exemplary contributions to CRRA. 

If you have extra time, be sure check out the CRRA resources available online - the Catholic Portal and the Catholic News Archive - after you watch the recording!


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