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Our next introductory course on transitional justice explores the practices and lessons learned from global, local and national initiatives.

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Participants will review lessons learned from transitional justice processes, build links of trust, exchange knowledge with one another, and infuse their ideas into community-based initiatives

Each class/module will have a facilitator and transitional justice practitioners. Course methodology will include participatory dialogue, interactive learning devices, dialogical examination of a subject, the revision of written sources, and the empathetic treatment of emotions and testimony.

“Reparations is a spiritual practice that requires personal accountability to repair moral and material harm.” –Grassroots Reparations Campaign, a premiere program of The Truth Telling Project

December 18th, 2022 marks the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and Its Abolition.

It is also Reparations Sunday.

Attend our next Reparations Sunday Teach-in to learn how to host a Reparations Sunday (or Sabbath!) event with your faith-based community or ethically centered organization.

Now more than ever, we need healing, religious, spiritual, and faith communities to help lead and support this work.

Save the date, and visit

to RSVP for this event!

— “Building a Culture of Reparations,” a course for Philadelphia Metro Faith Leaders & Congregants —


January 9th through January 12th, from 10am to 5pm each day 

Participants are encouraged to come in teams of 2 or 3 from each faith community in order to become an organizing team in your congregation.

Philly location TBD. Lunch provided!

Participation is limited; reserve your place.

CLICK HERE for a course description, a registration form, and fee instructions no later than November 30th  (and sooner if you can).

If you have any questions, email Lucy Duncan at