Join us as we gather at this critical moment in our nation to reaffirm Dr. King’s vision of the beloved community. Joseph Ford, Selma Freedom Rider, is the speaker. Volunteer Fair with opportunities for service and donations follow the observance.
Each year at this time, we ask for supporters who are committed to the mission of intentional integration to make a financial donation to the Coalition on Race. Our work is more important now than ever given the need for an even greater focus on race-related issues at the community level!
Five women from South Orange and Maplewood completed the 2nd workshop series of 2014 on training to be an effective volunteer. Congratulations to the graduates!
We learned a lot about regional equity, integration, and the future of diverse suburbs from author David Troutt, Professor of Law and Director of the Center on Law in Metropolitan Equity at Rutgers at our Two Towns-One Book event last Wednesday. He talked about the overall concept of regional equity and read some excerpts from […]
Guests enjoyed great food and fellowship at this year’s annual dinner!
Conversation led by Professor Chris Fisher from the History Department at The College of New Jersey was lively and engaging.