Creates a moral imperative for faith-based social justice groups to make dismantling racism an explicit part of their mission through childhood education Answers General Conventions call for conversation on Children, Poverty & Public Education
LALLIE B. LLOYD is a lay leader in The Episcopal Church, a former General Convention deputy, and has served on policy and ministry commissions at the local, diocesan, and wider church levels. In 2012 she founded All Our Children, a national network of faith-based community partnerships with under-resourced public schools, to renew Episcopalians commitment to education justice. Lloyd is a graduate of Yale University and has an MBA from the Wharton School and a masters in theology from Episcopal Divinity School, where she received the Hall Prize for outstanding peace and justice work. She has three adult children and lives on Cape Cod.