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12576107
By Center for Social Empowerment
Events in Ferguson, Missouri two years later on August 9 and 11
By Niroga Institute
Karling Aguiler-Fort of San Francisco Unified School District will be honored at an Oakland Conference for Mindfulness and Social Justice
12570958
By Food 4 Social Change
They are both options to solve our housing crisis in the bay area. The biggest challenge is giving up! We must come together to learn and solve this problem.
12570782
By New Covenant Christian Church
Contact Information: New Covenant Christian Church Dawn Cornelius dawn@dawncornelius.com How One Church Demonstrates "Crazy" Love to Its Community FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [Nashville, TN] - New Covenant Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) will present...
12551051
By Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Inst.
Dr. Artika R. Tyner, Author of "The Leader's Journey: A Guide to Discovering the Leader Within"
By American Family Therapy Academy
We see this movement as a catalyst for positive change that has, through grassroots mobilization, compelled our nation to confront a profound lack of progress in race relations.
12538025
By Julius Bailey Speaking and Writing
Former Educational Spokesman for Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Push Coalition and Wittenberg University associate professor of philosophy,  Julius Bailey is announcing the release of his new book Racial Realities and Post-Racial Dreams: The Age of...
12536418
By National Council on Interpreting in Health Care
The National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC) announced the results of its 2016 Board of Director elections.
12529714
By Alfred Street Baptist Church
Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley, the pastor of the historic Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia will receive the prestigious 2016 NAACP Chairman’s Image Award on Friday, February 5 in Los Angeles during the LIVE broadcast of the IMAGE...
12517502
By CoolAidHouse/1DropRule
Western in Noir, a musical feature film with elements of diversity and social justice, was written by a 29-year old African American Writer/Musician who is fighting a battle with Stage 4 Breast Cancer.
By NCNetwork for Human Services Integration to Prospe
Maya Angelou Center’s Dr. David Mount to Lead Human Services Integration Movement Stakeholders from across the state of North Carolina are calling for integrated human services with both service utilizers and taxpayers firmly in mind.
12476579
By Pleiades Gallery
A juried exhibit communicating social justice through visual art. July 30-August 30 with a special reception Friday, August 21st from 6-9 pm.
By Montreat Conference Center
Christian Conference Center hosts a "Teach-In" on eliminating the scourge of racism in Church and culture.
By Green Party of Florida
Press Advisory Contact: Josh Pritchet: 352-584-3748, josh9020@tampabay.rr.com WHO: Green Party of Florida WHAT: Annual Membership Meeting of Registered Greens from across Florida, including activists, public observers and guest speakers.
12459709
By Thinking Hat Press
Yield For Oncoming Greatness (YFOG), a book that blows the lid off of income disparity, social justice, and economic prosperity, offers over 40 sensible solutions for a better America.
12457971
By Justified Art!
Justified Art! in the Overture Center for the Arts’ Gallery I presents 43 artists living across the country whose works address systemic racial inequities.
12452459
By IndependentlyPR
Dibinga encourages students to initiate diverse and inclusive dialogue among their peers during challenging times
12438878
By INSPR Media
Income Inequality, Loretta Lynch, Focus of "Public Policy Education Day" Part of Black Women's Roundtable 4th Annual Women of Power National Summit
By Northeastern Illinois University
The Prisoner and Neighborhood Arts Project (PNAP) and the student club FIST (Formerly Incarcerated Standing Together) are working on campus to fight mass incarceration.
By BirthKeeper Summit
Conference aims to build health and wealth equity beginning with pregnancy and birth

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12576107
By Center for Social Empowerment
Events in Ferguson, Missouri two years later on August 9 and 11
By Niroga Institute
Karling Aguiler-Fort of San Francisco Unified School District will be honored at an Oakland Conference for Mindfulness and Social Justice
12570958
By Food 4 Social Change
They are both options to solve our housing crisis in the bay area. The biggest challenge is giving up! We must come together to learn and solve this problem.
12570782
By New Covenant Christian Church
Contact Information: New Covenant Christian Church Dawn Cornelius dawn@dawncornelius.com How One Church Demonstrates "Crazy" Love to Its Community FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [Nashville, TN] - New Covenant Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) will present...
12551051
By Planting People Growing Justice Leadership Inst.
Dr. Artika R. Tyner, Author of "The Leader's Journey: A Guide to Discovering the Leader Within"
By American Family Therapy Academy
We see this movement as a catalyst for positive change that has, through grassroots mobilization, compelled our nation to confront a profound lack of progress in race relations.
By Nina Wirk
Nina Wirk is pleased to announce the publication of her new book Gnaritus: Every Life Matters. At the end of the twenty-second century, Earth is slowly recovering from global warming.
12538025
By Julius Bailey Speaking and Writing
Former Educational Spokesman for Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Push Coalition and Wittenberg University associate professor of philosophy,  Julius Bailey is announcing the release of his new book Racial Realities and Post-Racial Dreams: The Age of...
12536418
By National Council on Interpreting in Health Care
The National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC) announced the results of its 2016 Board of Director elections.
12529714
By Alfred Street Baptist Church
Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley, the pastor of the historic Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia will receive the prestigious 2016 NAACP Chairman’s Image Award on Friday, February 5 in Los Angeles during the LIVE broadcast of the IMAGE...
By Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
Atlanta's John Marshall Law School, the Governor’s Office of Transition, Support & Reentry, and GREENHOOD recently hosted the Seventh Annual Home for Good Forum and Job Fair at the Blackburn Conference Center.
12517502
By CoolAidHouse/1DropRule
Western in Noir, a musical feature film with elements of diversity and social justice, was written by a 29-year old African American Writer/Musician who is fighting a battle with Stage 4 Breast Cancer.
By NCNetwork for Human Services Integration to Prospe
Maya Angelou Center’s Dr. David Mount to Lead Human Services Integration Movement Stakeholders from across the state of North Carolina are calling for integrated human services with both service utilizers and taxpayers firmly in mind.
12476579
By Pleiades Gallery
A juried exhibit communicating social justice through visual art. July 30-August 30 with a special reception Friday, August 21st from 6-9 pm.
By Montreat Conference Center
Christian Conference Center hosts a "Teach-In" on eliminating the scourge of racism in Church and culture.
By Green Party of Florida
Press Advisory Contact: Josh Pritchet: 352-584-3748, josh9020@tampabay.rr.com WHO: Green Party of Florida WHAT: Annual Membership Meeting of Registered Greens from across Florida, including activists, public observers and guest speakers.
12459709
By Thinking Hat Press
Yield For Oncoming Greatness (YFOG), a book that blows the lid off of income disparity, social justice, and economic prosperity, offers over 40 sensible solutions for a better America.
12457971
By Justified Art!
Justified Art! in the Overture Center for the Arts’ Gallery I presents 43 artists living across the country whose works address systemic racial inequities.
12452459
By IndependentlyPR
Dibinga encourages students to initiate diverse and inclusive dialogue among their peers during challenging times
12438878
By INSPR Media
Income Inequality, Loretta Lynch, Focus of "Public Policy Education Day" Part of Black Women's Roundtable 4th Annual Women of Power National Summit
By Northeastern Illinois University
The Prisoner and Neighborhood Arts Project (PNAP) and the student club FIST (Formerly Incarcerated Standing Together) are working on campus to fight mass incarceration.
By BirthKeeper Summit
Conference aims to build health and wealth equity beginning with pregnancy and birth
By Young New Yorkers
A charity art auction to support Young New Yorkers’ Diversion Program for justice- involved 16- and 17-year-olds being prosecuted as adults in New York State.
12410227
By Freedom Radio News & Culture Television Network
National Psychology Conference Kicks-Off 2015 Screening Tour of Film
12409710
By AIDS Walk South Dallas
Dallas, TX. December 30, 2014 – Walgreens is a proud sponsor of AIDS Walk South Dallas for the 5th year in a row! Throughout the month of January 2015, help AIDS Walk South Dallas reach our $50K goal by donating $1, $5 or $10, supporting the scannable...
12400559
By Nation Time Inc
Nation Time Inc Gives Free Stock Share to all African Americans
By Humanitarian Advocate Coalition, LLC
Arizona Corporation Commission Approved the LLC on November 12th, 2014.
12380344
By PeaceTones
A Photo Exhibition Exploring Nonprofit Musician Empowerment Work in Kenya
By Miles High Productions
We at Sankofa.org, along with the rest of the world, have been riveted and dismayed upon witnessing the blatant oppression in Ferguson, MO of people, mostly Black Americans
12367584
By Barking Rain Press
Barking Rain Press announced the paperback and eBook release of the social justice suspense novel, “Padre: The Narrowing Path” by Kansas City, Missouri author Jennifer Leeper.

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