Anti-Racism Team Update


Martin Luther King, Jr., Compassion Fatigue and God the Insomniac,” an article from the Christian Reformed Church in North America, is some fuel for inspiration and creativity.


CNN published this interview with our friend Carmen Allen of AME Zion’s Beyond the Sanctuary.  She said, “Feel free to share with others–the more supporters we have, the more good we can do. And, a special thanks to those of you who continue to help along the way with your resources, time and prayers.”


Join us on March 12 for the 2022 Greater Rochester Antiracist Education Virtual Conference: Teaching, Action, Equity, & Justice.  9:00am – 3:00pm.

The conference will feature two keynote presentations from Dr. Bettina Love, author of We Want To Do More Than Survive and Dr. Decoteau J. Irby, author of Stuck Improving: Racial Equity and School Leadership and breakout sessions led by local youth, educators and activists.  REGISTER HERE (zoom link will be emailed the week of the conference).


New York’s Ban on Evictions is Expiring. What Happens Now?” an article in the New York Times. (Please note that non-subscribers can access up to four free NYT articles per month.) Learn about opportunities for advocacy as the State allows the eviction moratorium to end without adopting the sweeping eviction protections of the Good Cause Eviction bill, supported locally by many housing advocacy groups, including the Rochester City-Wide Tenant Union.