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Paul Barton, Head of School

For the past week, the tragic and senseless death of George Floyd has triggered unspeakable outrage, pain and sadness. Each of us in our own way is trying to make sense of what happened, what is happening and what each of us is called to do to bring change and peace to our world. The struggles of freedom, equality and justice remain our greatest barriers to peace, prosperity and human dignity.  

I have asked Fr. Ricardo Bailey, our Upper School chaplain and an Episcopal priest, and Mr. Keith White, our director of multicultural affairs, to join me today in sharing some reflections and perspectives in the video below on what the events of this day mean for our Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School community.

-Paul Barton, Head of School