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CARJ AGM 7 November 2020 Press Release

The Catholic Association for Racial Justice (CARJ) held its Annual General Meeting on 7 November 2020 on Zoom.  The speaker was Fr Azariah France-Williams, author of Ghost Ship: Institutional Racism and the Church of England. Ghost Ship Book Fr Azariah raised questions with and answered questions from Catholic friends about their...

CARJ AGM 2020 by Zoom and Link to Papers

Dear Members and Friends of CARJ This is to notify you of the CARJ Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will take place on Saturday 7 November 2020  (11:00 – 13:00) by Zoom.  Those who wish to attend must register with the CARJ Administrator at info@carj.org.uk The morning session of the...

Workshops on Diversity, Inequality and Racism in the UK

Diversity, Inequality and Racism in the UK – A Challenge for Catholic Education This Series of Workshops for School Chaplains, Teachers and others interested in Catholic Education, has been organised by the Catholic Association for Racial Justice with support from CAFOD’s Development Education Fund.  The Workshops will attempt to relate key...

Windrush Ambassadors Required

Community spirited individuals are being sort to make a real difference by ensuring that more people affected by the Windrush issue can receive the help and support they need, especially during these uncertain times.   What is the Windrush issue? The Windrush issue came to prominence in 2018, it affected long-term residents who could not prove their...

Serving a Multiethnic Society

Revisiting Guidelines set out for reviewing Catholic Organisations and Institutions produced by the Catholic Bishops in 1999 after the Macpherson Report on the Stephen Lawrence police investigation. Serving a Multiethnic Society

The Cricketers Wife: Novel by a Black Catholic Writer Leah Guy Mathews

The Cricketer’s Wife                    Is trust possible when your husband is not only tall, dark, and handsome, but also well-to-do, famous, and titled? This is the dilemma of Olivia Reese, Londoner, and mother of two, married for over twenty years to cricketing...