Voices for Racial Justice

Who We Are

We are a team of organizers, trainers, and storytellers invested in strategies for racial justice that honor culture, healing, and resilience of Black, Indigenous, and communities of color.

Our Theory of Change

Our Theory of Change drives an ecological model of organizing where we all have a role to play in making impactful change with community and systems.   We ground an approach to organizing that honors the assets and brilliance of our communities. We believe that by investing in the soil or those closest to the issues, using tools that uplift their leadership, culture, wellbeing and expertise, we can overcome toxins in our environment preventing us from enjoying the harvest of long term change for racial justice.

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The History of Our Evolution

There is no one way to organize, and there is not one model organizer, but many ways, many peoples, many traditions and histories. This led to our third major combustion, and strategic shift towards integrating cultural strategy and healing justice throughout all of our work and training. Organizing, power, and healing, look and mean different things to our communities that are multicultural, multilingual and intergenerational. We do not assume one model fits all. We have now been building our organizing training from the ground up, in partnership with  elders, youth, artists, incarcerated loved ones, parents, immigrant communities and so on.

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