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Upcoming Events


Juneteenth Race Retreat

Sat. June 19, 2021 | 10:00am - 1:00pm EDT

Hosted by Diane Wong and Lane Arye

Tickets are donation-based

starting at $1.

The impact of systemic racism on Black and White family wealth as told through stories of the GI Bill and redlining. 


In telling stories of a white family and a black family's post-WWII experience with the GI Bill, FHA loan, and redlining, this event provides historical context and personal stories of quests for homeownership in the US. The stories of the white family and Black family will contrast to demonstrate why median Black family wealth is currently less than 10% of white family wealth. This retreat includes facilitated break-out groups as we develop our collective muscle in processing internalized racism, healing, and creating a vision for our collective future.

Personal family stories provided by Diane Wong and Lane Arye. Historical context provided by Pharaoh Saunders and Jordana Hart.

Healing the Harm of the War on Drugs - July 17, 2021

Conversation on Cannabis: A virtual forum on Healing the Harm to impacted communities by the War on Drugs.

Wealth & Justice - August 28, 2021

Between the American Revolution and the Civil War, slavery was a source of great wealth for Northern merchants, banks, insurers, and builders. It is time for a reckoning.

Unpacking and Interrupting Whiteness - September 11, 2021

This workshop will address how white people learn white racial superiority and internalize and perpetuate white centrality and dominance. We will practice noticing and interrupting these patterns and cultivate resilience so we can sit with our discomfort and with the upset of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.

Past Events

Hip Hop: Cup Half-Full / Half-Empty

May 22, 2021 | Event recording coming soon

A conversation on the celebration of hip hop as well as its appropriation.​

Racial Wealth Gap: How Did We Get Here?

May 8, 2021 | Event recording coming soon

A multimedia presentation and discussion of the racial wealth gap and why it still exists today.

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