Healing From the Sin of Separation

After the members of New England Yearly Meeting approved a minute expressing their commitment to challenge White supremacy, they had to discern how to fulfill that goal. It eventually became clear that racial justice intersects with many other issues, adding up to two fundamental questions: How is God calling us to live into relationship with each other? And how do we begin the work of reconnecting and entering into a space of healing and justice?

In this episode, participants in Beacon Hill Friends House’s “Healing from the Sin of Separation” workshop describe the experience of talking with one another in an online classroom, learning to recognize overlapping cultural patterns of injustice and inequality, then making their resources available to others. As one member says, “What would be so lovely is to see this work being done all around Quaker communities.”

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