Racial Justice Program

Racial Justice Program

Our Racial Justice Programs seek to spread awareness about the inequity people of color face in Vermont and to build understanding and collaborations to undo racism.

There is a focus on helping those who experience white privilege meaningfully engage in racial justice work. We challenge the practices and behaviors that support white supremacy culture while offering support and programming specific to those most harmed by oppression.

Our Educational programs include workshops, discussion groups, films, and other presentations offered to the public around the state. We also partner with groups such as schools, colleges, faith-based institutions, and businesses.

We also offer infrastructure support groups led by people of color. We have structures in place that lend support to other groups doing racial justice work, especially those lead by POC. This includes free meeting space for these groups, priority promotional support, and reduced or free educational programming. Additional services are also available for members of our Allied Group program. Click here to learn more.

We offer our programs as public events around Vermont. We would be happy to work with you to bring a workshop to your part of Vermont, place of work, or other community group. Most workshops are adaptable and can be combined. Interested in co-sponsoring one of our programs? Click here to find out about co-sponsorship.

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