A Long, Long Way: Conversations on Race and Film
Before his death in 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. remarked that while the nation had come “a long, long way” in its quest for racial justice, it still had a long, long way to go. In this spirit, the Long, Long Way Film Weekend at Washington National Cathedral compares historical and contemporary film, offering a unique opportunity to explore narratives of race and prejudice over time.
This year, the series moves online as a two-part event, comparing Casablanca (1942), Crash (2004), and Black Panther (2018)
COVID-19: Where do we go from here?
As America grapples with a spike in COVID-19 infections and deaths, it can be easy to lose hope. But three of the nation’s leading infectious disease experts say there is reason for optimism.
Watch the encore presentation of the Cathedral’s 2020 Ignatius Forum below, featuring Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Dr. Luciana Borio, a member of President-elect Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force, and Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health.
Season of Giving
Each year, with our DC-area partners, Washington National Cathedral raises important funds to help make the holidays bright. This year, due to the hardships of the ongoing pandemic, it is more vital than ever to come together to support our neighbors.
Join us for the Season of Giving, a Cathedral Close Cares initiative to support our local community this holiday season and beyond.
Cathedral Oral Histories
The Cathedral’s Racial Justice Task Force presents a series of first-person oral histories from African American members of the Cathedral community to help us all learn, reflect and walk forward together.