Is racism a problem within the Church of England?

Join the Bishop of Bradford, the Rt Revd. Toby Howarth, as he interviews Lord Boateng, chair of the Archbishops’ Commission on Racial Justice.

The Racial Justice Commission was appointed by the Archbishops in response to the anti-racism Taskforce report, ‘From Lament to Action’, for a period of three years. It follows a series of commitments by the archbishops to take action to identify, respond to and root out systemic racism in the Church of England.

Refreshments will be served at 6:30pm.

Entry is free, but donations are invited and booking in advance is advised.

About The Speaker

Bishop Toby Howarth

Toby Howarth is the Bishop of Bradford. He studied at Yale University and trained for the Church of England in Oxford, Birmingham and Uganda, holds an MA in Islamic Studies from the University of Birmingham and has a PhD in Islamic preaching from the Free University of Amsterdam. He has worked in inter-faith relations and taught Islamic studies.