Thursday January 21, 2016 at 5:30 PM CST
Saturday January 23, 2016 at 3:30 PM CST

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Webcasting live from New York at the following Episcopal Church locations in Iowa:

Council Bluffs, St. Paul's Episcopal
22 Dillman Dr.

Des Moines, Cathedral Church of St. Paul
815 High St.

Mason City, St. John's Episcopal
120 First St. NE

Grinnell, St. Paul's Episcopal
1026 State St.

Iowa City, Trinity Episcopal
320 E. College St.

Muscatine, Trinity Episcopal
211 Walnut St.

Register by check:
1) Send a check for 10.00
(payable to Episcopal Diocese of Iowa)

2) your contact information (incude e-mail)

3) which of the 6 locations you'll attend

4) mail to :

Episcopal Diocese of Iowa - TI2016
225 37th Street
Des Moines, IA 50312

Elizabeth Adams, Diocesan Assistant


 Register online:

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Trinity Institute 2016 Webcast in Iowa 

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LISTEN FOR A CHANGE takes on the issues of Racism and Racial Justice.

This year's Trinity Institute Speakers, panelists, and artists who are leading activists, scholars, authors, and experts on racial inequality include:
The Most Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church.

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva,
Duke University sociology professor
Nicholas Kristof, New York Times Pulitzer Prize winner
Michele Norris, Former host of NPR's "All things Considered"
Anna Deavere Smith, Actress awarded National Humanities Medal
Netsayi, Zimbabwean Singer, Songwriter, Composer
These speakers and many others will encourage us to open the conversations we need to have to make a positive change in ourselves and in our world.

Six Iowa Churches are hosting this event as a live webcast. You will view speakers, interact with the panel discussions in New York, share your thoughts with a local reflection group, and be inspired to engage the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa's Plan Focus this year of: A work of the People ~ Structures for an Eternal Message. New Structures bannerChoose a location near you from the list at left and set aside some time to talk with your "neighbors" in Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Mason City, Grinnell, Iowa City and Muscatine, Iowa and New York City and around the world. 

Watch this Video Racism Without Racists?
Duke University sociology professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva offers some suggestions to white Americans who want to challenge the systems and institutions that give them privileges based on skin color. Watch more videos on topics of racial justice.

Click here for a schedule Remember that all times listed are Eastern Standard Time, You need to convert the schedule to Central Time (one hour earlier) to know when things will be happening at the webcasting locations in Iowa.