Social Justice

The Episcopal Church Women have a long history for triumphing local and global issues affecting women and girls. Their work encompases migration issues, including the reasons for why people from other countries look for asylum, or a better life for themselves and their families in the United States.

They take a keen interest in local and national work regarding the Sanctuary Movement and how your parish can support persons detained at the borders or elsewhere.

Human Trafficking education using videos, articles, and lectures encompass a large portion of their social justice program. They work to provide a haven of kindness, understanding, and safety for victims of Human Trafficking. They are active in organizing rallies and demonstrations for the purpose of raising awareness of women’s causes as well as working with local and national lawmakers to implement legislation for the benefit of the family.

The Reverend Ema Rosero-Nordalm oversees the social justice program for the Episcopal Church Women.

Ema came to the United States in 1967. She studied Biology and Chemistry in Bogotá Colombia and holds degrees in Spanish and Latin American Literature from Concordia University in Montreal Canada, and Bilingual and Bicultural Education from UMass, Boston, MA.

UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN

Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry has named the Episcopal delegates to represent him at the 63rd Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW)

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La Justcia en las comunidadis latinas

We could do a spanish section for social justice

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Facebook prompt for Social Justice FB page

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More as needed

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