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The 70th General Convention called the Episcopal Church to a nine year commitment to address racism inside our church, within our society, and in our world.  These groups and organizations, along with the Social Justice Ministries Office in the Episcopal Church Center, help the church live into this commitment.   
Churches Uniting in Christ (CUIC)
An organization of nine church denominations who agree to stop "consulting" and start living their unity in Christ more fully by combating racism.
Episcopal Urban Caucus
A primary commitment of the EUC is to articulate a vision of a Church without racism, a Church for all races. We commit ourselves in all of our worship, programs, and advocacy, to model inclusiveness and embody respect for every person. The primary purpose remains keeping the Church honest on issues of urban ministry and social justice.
National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ)
This ecumenical organization seeks to transform communities to provide fuller opportunity and to be inclusive and just – through institutional change – by empowering leaders. NCCJ's programming facilitates community and interfaith dialogues, provides workplace consultations, youth leadership development, seminarian and educator training.