MEET THE RACIAL JUSTICE COLLABORATIVE
We are a dynamic Black-led, multi-racial, multi-generational justice organization working to transform the energies of inequality and anti-blackness to advance a just and equitable society that serves all of its people. We are mediators, facilitators, communicators, educators, therapists, and visionaries.
The Racial Justice Collaborative was founded by Diane Wong in the Boston area of Massachusetts, and members hail from all over the US.
Using an interdisciplinary approach, we examine all aspects of race education and conflict to hold space so that all voices engage in dialogue with one another. We cultivate individual and organizational transformation as we guide participants toward equity and healing.
Some members of the RJC meeting virtually in 2021
2021 YEAR IN REVIEW
In 2021, the Racial Justice Collaborative hosted a series of educational and dialogue-driven workshops to address anti-Black racism and the myth of white supremacy.
RJC member Pharaoh Saunders provides highlights of our educational workshops in 2021 during this 17 minute video.
Join us in 2022 as we move from education to action to heal our racial divide through reparations.
What We Offer
Our mission is to heal our racial divide. Our programs work to transform the ever-present energy of white supremacy that historically and still today permeates the culture, structures and policies of the United States.
Our mission is to guide participants to “sit in the fire” of racial discomfort to process difficult, stuck, and inflamed emotions. We seek to eradicate anti-Black racist beliefs and the myth of white supremacy. We believe that conflict is a gift pointing toward meaningful change and healing and that every voice matters.
Facilitating Conflict and Training
Ways You Can Help
Join the Racial Justice Collaborative as we transform the energy of white supremacy. Sit in the fire and discomfort with us as we confront the biggest issues of our time. Learn with us, talk with us, and spread the word.