Topic: Racial Justice

Event Date: 03/14/2017 - 12:00pm

In this webinar, hear from 2 organizers: Isa Mujahid (CTCORE-Organize Now!, Bridgeport CT) and Heather Foran (community organizer, Portland ME). Through their grassroots efforts in their communities, Heather and Isa both are actively transforming the New England food system and raising and reflecting on struggles, challenges and questions to guide future work.

Event Date: 02/08/2017 (All day)

Register for the #Vision4BlackLives webinar series, starting Wednesday, February 8th at 7 EST.

Event Date: 11/10/2016 (All day)

Facing Race: A National Conference is presented by Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation. A unique collaborative space for racial justice movement making, Facing Race is the largest multiracial, inter-generational gathering for organizers, educators, creatives and other leaders.

Event Date: 10/21/2016 (All day)

The Living the Next Economy Bay Area Collaborative is excited to announce the Living the Next Economy 2016 Convergence, to be held October 21-23 at Oakstop! The Collaborative a broad coalition of community leaders and social entrepreneurs committed to advancing radically inclusive economic, racial, and environmental justice solutions in Oakland.

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Posted on 3/16/16

“How do we transition from a world of domination and extraction to a world of resilience and regeneration” is the organizing question for Movement

Event Date: 11/04/2015 - 2:00pm

t has become clear we face two distinct possible futures:  Economic Transition or Ecological Collapse.

Event Date: 10/27/2015 (All day)

Equity Summit 2015 will ground inclusion, justice, and prosperity in the urgent issues of today and connect them to the creativity and bold vision of the equity movement.

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Posted on 4/22/15

Climate change, shifting demographics, and sobering economic realities for a growing number of Americans have sparked increased awareness of the need to re-examine how working class people and communities of color will successfully participate in tomorrow’s economy, the one they will inherit when our nation becomes an ethnic plurality.

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Posted on 4/22/15

In his article entitled “What’s the Role of Race in the New Economy Movement?” author Penn Loh argues that people of color have a foundational role to play in the establishment of a new economy because the very idea of a new economy has arisen from a discontentment with the injustices of the present system, of which people of color have borne a disproportionate share of the burden.