Change begins locally. We empower our community to take the lead on issues of racial injustice and to demand accountability from local officials. We advocate for a greater presence of Black leadership and Black history in our city and its cultural institutions.
We confront racism by initiating and facilitating dialogue through community events and forums, open letters, local press, and on our social media platforms.
We empower our community to confront racism through educational frameworks such as virtual panel discussions and educators’ resource packets. We also work with local schools to incorporate local Black history into their curricula.