Encouraging conversations on race has been part of our organization’s mission for nearly 20 years. We believe that when we talk about race, we have the opportunity to increase understanding, build relationships across racial and cultural divides, and thus create a stronger community. So naturally we were intrigued and frankly a bit apprehensive when Starbucks,with […]
JOB DESCRIPTION: Public Relations Specialist The Public Relations Specialist will assist in the development of new connections, as well as execution, and tracking of media placements to establish awareness and maintain a favorable public image for the South Orange/Maplewood Community Coalition on Races and the towns of South Orange and Maplewood NJ. RESPONSIBILITIES: Cultivate and […]
Leila Gonzalez Sullivan became the new Chair of the Board in January, taking over for outgoing chair Fred Profeta who remains on the Executive Committee. She brings a wealth of organizational leadership skills from her years as a community college president.
Peace luminarias were lit in honor of Dr. King’s legacy on the Monday evening of the holiday in front of over 350 homes throughout Maplewood and South Orange!
Mr. Ford was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his BA from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and his Divinity degrees from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. His thesis was a study of non-violent action and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Mr. Ford also studied at the New School for Social Research and was […]
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 are so saddened by the loss of Dr. Clement A. Price, professor of history and the foremost authority on the history of the African American experience in New Jersey. He was a long-time friend and supporter of the Coalition on Race, was generous with his time and knowledge in support of our mission, and was one of the kindest people to work with.
Guests enjoyed great food and fellowship at this year’s annual dinner!
October is Coalition Month and there are so many opportunities this fall for residents to be engaged in the Coalition’s mission of integration. We will be celebrating at our annual dinner, reading and discussing at the Two Towns, One Book event, watching and learning at the screening of ‘The Loving Story,’ deliberating over the candidates […]