We held an in-person event with 15 organizations and over 100 members to discuss institutional racism and how to change organizational policies to be equitable for all employees.

GANGGANG partnered with Pacers Sports and Entertainment to present the inaugural Indianapolis’ Day of Mental Health and Healing sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield on May 14, 2021. Declared an official day by the City of Indianapolis, we encouraged and provided a way for the entire community to collectively take a break in the form of a pause to reflect, be mindful, and take action toward their mental health.

Antioch Baptist Church of Brooklyn and the Congregation Beth Elohim joined forces with support from the American Jewish Foundation to combat racism and antisemitism. Under the leadership of Rabbi Rachel Timoner and Rev. Dr. Robert M. Waterman, both congregations have committed to developing a community of learning around each other's culture, houses of worship, education, and family by intentionally worshipping together, having shared meals with menus from both cultures, having conversations about our family histories and creating a safe space for these activities. We embarked on this mission almost three years ago and just returned from an overnight joint trip from Brooklyn, New York to Washington DC to visit the Smithsonian African American Museum and the Holocaust Museum, Lincoln and MLK Memorials on MLK Day. Of the 54 attenders 16 of them were young people between the ages of 10 and 25 years old. Thursday's event will be a debrief of our experience while having a meal together at Congregation Beth Elohim, 274 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, New York. All are invited to attend in person or online.

UConn's 2024 MLK Living Legacy Convocation with Dr. Fania E. Davis, a trailblazing figure in restorative justice. With a background as a Civil Rights trial attorney and a profound understanding of Indigenous Knowledge, she brings unparalleled insights into healing, racial justice, and transformative truth processes. Dr. Davis is a renowned writer, educator, and international speaker on restorative justice, offering invaluable perspectives that challenge and reshape our understanding of justice and equity.

National Day of Racial Healing at UConn is featuring Dr. Anneleise Singh as she draws on her book "The Racial Healing Handbook : Practical Activities to Help you Challenge Privilege, Confront Systemic Racism & Engage in Collective Healing" to engage our community in understanding ways to actively participate in collective healing.

Park Rapids First Annual National Day of Racial Healing hosted by Giiwedinong Treaty Rights & Culture Museum.

Giiwedinong is inviting you to a community lunch & learn on January 16th, from 12:00pm-1:30pm.

We will be serving a traditional meal with our research director, teaching about the One Dish One Spoon Treaty.

Following we will have a talking circle to share our thoughts head & heart.

This event is in spirit of National Day of Racial Healing (NDRH). Which occurs annually following Martin Luther King Jr Day.

This day was established in 2017 by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation efforts. Helping to carry on the dream of equity and inclusion for all.

This will be Park Rapids First Annual National Day of Racial Healing hosted by Giiwedinong Treaty Rights & Culture Museum.
RSVP to let us know you are joining us.

The event will be held with The North Star Coffee Station in honor of Frederick Douglass, and it is located in The Randolph & McCulloch Freedom's Struggle Complex an inclusive learning center focused upon the Randolph narrative one of the largest manumissions in U. S. history.
The in-person engagement is by invitation and Facebook live streaming to all others.

Virtual playlist available for viewing, this includes seasons of events featuring academics and activists who are leading social justice initiatives.

Racial Healing Circle
The Power of Sankofa: Reframing Our Past to Heal
Facilitated Racial Healing Circle

To mark the eighth annual National Day of Racial Healing, we are joining together as AAC&U Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Centers—Spelman College, Sewanee: The University of the South, and Mount Holyoke College—along with the Joseph and Evelyn Lowery Institute for Justice and Human Rights and the Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership at Morehouse College to host award-winning author Clint Smith in conversation with undergraduate students eager to deepen our understanding of how we can hold the pain and possibilities of racial healing together.