Stand Against Racism 2022- Events
When it comes to eliminating racism and dismantling barriers, many people ask – what can I DO? Here’s something easy AND genuinely useful. Please join us and share with your networks.
Stand Against Racism at America’s Black Holocaust Museum
Utilizing a National Museum of Peace & Justice item on lynching, The Equal Justice Initiative has documented more than 4,000 “racial terror” lynchings — extrajudicial killings, often by hanging, for alleged crimes — in the U.S. between 1877 and 1950. In order for our country to heal we need to be willing to have difficult conversations about the harm systemic oppression has done and is continuing to do to people of the global majority. Join us to find your own way forward towards justice and growth. Learn More Here
Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans.
Using Your Power and Position to Shift Systems: Case Study of Collective Impact in Racine