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About RJC Events

Racial Justice Collaborative events are virtual online events using Zoom. All events are posted on Eventbrite, and tickets are sold exclusively through Eventbrite. Event registration requires a ticket purchase. All event tickets are donation-based starting at $1. Most events are posted in US Eastern time zone. Please check the event time in your time zone. People of all races are welcome to attend RJC events. Some events are designed for specific races and will be noted accordingly. Most events involve discussion, and we encourage participation of all attendees. We look forward to seeing you at our next event.

Past Events

September 11, 2021| Event recording available  When talking about race, white people often turn away or tune out. Resilience helps them sit in the fire and stay in race dialogue.

Wealth from Slavery: Touch the Hand

August 28, 2021 | Event recording available

Learn more about the wealth-building legacy of slavery through the Black Codes through Jim Crow to current anti-Black discrimination that has exploded the racial wealth gap.

Healing the Harm of the War on Drugs

July 17, 2021 | Event recording available

A forum to ensure the economic benefit of cannabis is shared with communities impacted by the war on drugs.

The GI Bill and Redlining

June 19, 2021 | Event recording available

Generational impact on lack and white family wealth as told through personal stories.

Hip Hop: Cup Half-Full / Half-Empty

May 22, 2021 | Event recording available

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 available

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

 Sat, Feb 27, 2021 1:00 PM| Event recording availableA fun, lively and memorable time sharing the "Black" experience with Sundiata, the Tale Weaver.

Sat, Sep 26, 2020 10:00 AM,

An online retreat focused on unearthing and unlearning internalized Anti-Blackness through restorative circle process.

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