Slavery Memorial Day, 23 August

As churches and countries mark Slavery Memorial Day, we remember the world-wide call to repentance and reparation laid upon many consciences and cultures.  We pray for the day when those of all races, and those of all faiths and of none, will be treated fairly and equally by everyone.  — Joint Liturgical Group of Great Britain*

For assistance in understanding the extent of modern slavery, the website of Anti-Slavery International may prove helpful.

*The JLG produces resources for the Church Year and special occasions in the life of the church.   JLG resources may be reproduced for non-commercial use, free of charge as long as the source, Joint Liturgical Group of Great Britain (www.jlg.org.uk),  is attributed.  JLG resources are not always inclusive or progressive in language, but are usually easily adapted.