This 3-part virtual workshop series on racism will be co-facilitated by the Network for Social Justice. It is recommended, though not required, for participants to attend all 3 sessions. The aim is to give participants the language and tools to have grounded conversation around race and racism, taking steps to disrupt it on the micro … Read more Disrupting Racism Learning Series
Join Community Change Inc. and Network for Social Justice for AROS 2.0! -Are you a White organizer looking to build your anti-racist organizing skills? -Want to take action toward racial justice but not sure how? -Want to learn how to talk with other white folks about racism ? This 6 part virtual training program is … Read more Anti-Racism Organizing in the Suburbs (AROS) 2.0 Institute
Riots. Law and Order. Protest Violence. Public Order. This is the verbiage that has been blasted across news channels over the past two weeks in response to protests over yet another shooting of a Black man, Jacob Blake, at the hands of police. Instead of united outrage over the deeply imbedded racism in our country … Read more In Support of the Right to Protest
Written by Network Intern Jessie Lewis On Tuesday, August 4, Network interns hosted a community conversation via Zoom in response to the theft of the Black Lives Matter and Pride flags from the Winchester Town Common. This conversation focused on the meaning of the flags and what they stand for in Winchester. The conversation was … Read more Network Interns Lead Community Conversation and Flag Re-Raising Ceremony
While we know that many of our readers are people of color, some of the suggestions that follow are written with our white readers in mind. This is a time when many in the US are reckoning with our country’s history of systemic racism and its impact on people of color, and individuals are engaging … Read more What Should We Be Doing?