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Thank you!

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Thank you for purchase of tickets to or a sponsorship for our annual fundraising dinner! We look forward to seeing you on October 13th at 7 pm at The Woodland. You will receive a thank you letter with a receipt for your gift by email or post. If you are interested in placing an ad […]

Annual Appeal 2017

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MLK Celebration Poster Contest for Elementary School Kids

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Deadline Extended to November 15th!

Letters of Support from Village President Sheena Collum & Mayor Vic DeLuca

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MLK Celebration Poster, Spoken Word, Essay Contest

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Deadline for the MLK Contest is extended to November 15th! For details, read more here….

SOMa Police Action Demands

Sponsored by SOMa Justice, the Black Parents Workshop, MAPSO Freedom School, the Community Coalition on Race, and SOMa Action As it relates to the July 5 incidence: 1. Fire or demote the police officers involved in the July 5 attacks 2. Conduct a national search for our next police chief that will include community members […]

Celebrating Integration: Our Journey Continues

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We are pleased to announce the 2017 Honorees: Dr. Adunni Anderson Jim & Carol Buchanan Click here to learn more about them! Join us to honor these outstanding community members as well as for an evening of food, fun, dancing, and an auction. It’s a fun night and a great way to mingle with friends […]

2017 Board Meeting Minutes

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Robert A. Marchman to receive Mapleleaf Award

The trustees of the Community Coalition on Race are proud to announce that our Chair, Robert A. Marchman, will receive the Maplewood Civic Association’s Mapleleaf Award. The awards ceremony will take place on Sunday May 7th at 1:30 pm. Details about the award and to RSVP for the event are available by clicking here for the […]

True Inclusion Needed Now More than Ever

Our residents’ commitment to being truly inclusive and to protecting civil liberties has been on display repeatedly over the last few weeks. Thousands of women (along with quite a few men) left SOMa for the January 21st March on Washington to express their concern about issues like racial equality, freedom of religion, LGBTQ rights, voting […]