Video: Cracking the Codes: Understanding the  System of Inequality, is a film from World Trust by Shakti Butler Ph.D., filmmaker and racial justice educator, features moving stories that provide deeper understanding of systemic racism and helps viewers deepen their understanding of the system of inequality. It asks America to talk about causes and consequences of systemic inequality and is designed to deepen and shift the framing of racial disparities in this country.

Panel Discussion:

  • Kelly Jean Wilkes – Seminarian, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary; Member, Peace & Justice Fellowship, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
  • Richard Flateau – Seminarian, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
  • Rahmon S. Hart – Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Duquesne University
  • Sahar Ahaikh – Senior, The Ellis School
  • The Rev. Dr. Moni McIntyre – Rector, The Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross, Homewood
  • Moderator: The Rev. Eric McIntosh, Asst. to Rector, St. Stephens Episcopal Church, Wilkinsburg

Much more about the Absalom Jones Day celebration at Trinity Cathedral on February 2 at www.episcopalpgh.org/ajd

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