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St. James' House Moves to Person-Centered Care

Written by Kathy Tellepsen on

Everyone who is passionate about caring for elderly has a story. Mine began when I was young, growing up in a small town in Minnesota, sitting around the kitchen table with neighbors, young and old, telling stories.

Pioneers for Black Emancipation

Written by EDOT Staff, Commission on Black Ministry on

The Episcopal Church has tentatively added to its Calendar two American women who were pioneers in the struggle for the emancipation of African-American slaves. The date chosen for commemorating them is the anniversary of the Women's Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls, New York, July 19-20...

Black History Month Remembers African Burial Ground

Written by Commission on Black Ministry on

Around the time of the Revolutionary War, New York City was home to the largest urban community of slaves outside of Charleston, South Carolina. These slaves worked as skilled artisans and craftsmen, associated specifically with shipping, construction and other trades, as well as working as...


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