Challenging Racism: Continued
Challenging Racism continues to grow supported by alumni, trained facilitators and a hardworking board of directors. We are now officially a 501(c)3 non-profit and have expanded Challenging Racism: Learning How conversations to reach new audiences, offered Challenging Racism: Learning to Lead facilitator training to increase capacity, hosted dozens of alumni events, and premiered Marty Swaim’s Challenging Racism curriculum and handbook.

As we respond to frequent requests for conversations from a variety of groups (including parents, community members, religious communities, alumni, government, non-profit and business organizations), we need your support to be able to say “Yes” more often when groups ask for help Challenging Racism.

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Challenging Racism: Continued through Stories and Conversations
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