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How Did We Get Here?

Sat. May 8, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:30pm EDT

Hosted by Pharaoh Saunders & Diane Wong

Tickets are donation-based

starting at $1.

Multimedia presentation and discussion of the racial wealth gap and why it still exists today

Join us for a Historical overview of systemic white supremacy and black oppression in the United States. This workshop consists of a multimedia presentation and discussion of events starting from the US constitution to the present-day wealth gap. This is an opportunity for you to talk about race.

Our mission is to heal our racial divide; working toward that, we show how and why the divide came about and why it still exists today, more than 250 years after the end of the Civil War, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the 13th and 14th amendments.

This workshop is the second in our Each One Teach One series.

Juneteenth Race Retreat

June 19, 10:00am - 1:00pm EDT

Processing Racism with Storytelling and Role Play

Our 3-hour retreat provides in-depth, urgent, and personal storytelling to explain our racial wealthv gap.  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.

Truth: The Police and the Black Community - July 2021

Slave Patrols, Criminalized Vagrancy laws, Mass Incarceration, and Death by Police Bullets. Join us to discuss how we got here and what we can do for a brighter future.

Justice / Equity - August 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 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.

Have questions? Contact us

Contact Diane to learn more about the RJC and how we can work with your organization.