"One of the core values of Seminary of the Southwest is rootedness. Being aware of our context and how that shapes our common life means paying attention to the story of Texas and race. As a seminary the powerful currents of race has shaped our common life, often in unseen ways. As part of being more reflective on how race is a factor in who we are collectively, we have developed this list of resources."
- The Rev. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski, PhD, Duncalf-Villavaso Professor of Church History
[People and a Cow at the Food and Livestock Show], photograph, March 1946;(https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth531462/: accessed July 3, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Austin History Center, Austin Public Library.
Diocese of Texas Missionary Vision for Racial Justice
At the 171st Diocesan Council, Diocesan Bishop C. Andrew Doyle announced that the Diocese would commit $13 million towards scholarships and projects aiming to effect racial healing. Seminary of the Southwest $5.5 million of the committed amount to continue and expand our work of racial healing already in progress. This is one of the many steps that will need to be taken on our path towards justice and reconciliation.
EDOT Staff. "The Episcopal Diocese of Texas Announces Commitment of $13 Million to Fund Racial Justice Projects to Repair and Commence Racial Healing." The Episcopal Diocese of Texas. 12 Feb 2020. Web. 16 Feb 2020.