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A New York Lamentation – Video

A theatrical production of The Diocesan Reparations Committee of New York
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Church Awakens-African Americans and the Struggle for Justice

Index to sections associated with the Episcopal Diocese of New York
Church Awakens Screen capture
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Church of the Crucifixion — History

History of Church of the Crucifixion (1916 formation forward ) from its March 2019 website.
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Episcopal New Yorker References

Index to articles published in Episcopal New Yorker issues that relate to people of African descent in the EDNY
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Race and Real Estate Conflict and Cooperation in Harlem 1890-1920 – Book

Brief description of the book with page references to several Harlem churches in the EDNY
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St James Chapel, Hyde Park, NY – Slavery in New York

A lecture on Slavery in New York by Lorraine Roberts on Jan 16, 2014 at a St. James Hyde Park Fireside Chat
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St. David Episcopal Church , Bronx — History

History of church from 1895 to the present obtained from the church's December 2018 website
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St. Jude’s Chapel: Its History and Legacy

History of St. Jude Chapel from 1911 to 1956 -associated with St. Michael's Episcopal Church in Manhattan
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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Bronx — History

History from church' s Dec 2018 website
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St. Martin’s Church: A Parish History

The article focuses on the 42 bell Carillon and brief history of the congregation's community involvement
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St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, Harlem – History

Pages from the St. Philip's December 2018 website with history from 1702 to the present
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The Church of Simon the Cyrenian – History

Brief history of the church from the December 2018 Website
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Unearthing our Past –An article on Trinity Wall Street’s relationship to slavery in New York

An article from Trinity Church Wall Street’s blog
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