Here is our weekly list of local in person and online racial justice events taking place between Friday, October 9 – Wednesday, October 14.
As we approach the presidential election, it’s more important now than ever that we continue the fight to end systemic racism.
The way forward for the human race is through the youngest generation alive today. There's still time to leave them unblemished from hate.
To stop racism, we have to to learn, unlearn, act, support, donate, protest, listen. How will you get involved in the fight for justice?
“We were labeled as ‘freejacks.’” It wasn’t until adulthood that she learned the term Freejack was a reference to the color of her skin.
This week's event post includes multiple ways to defeat racism: film viewings, webinars, open conversations, book clubs. Which will you do?
The history of what it means to be Creole is both vast and hard to define, but tradition and culture is a good place to start.
As we approach the presidential election, it’s more important now than ever that we get involved in the fight for racial justice.
Floyd’s death got to me because I am not a white girl. But I’m not a Black woman either. I fall somewhere in the middle, in the gray zone.
Whether you show up online or in person, you're doing the work necessary to make the change we so desperately need.