AntiRacism Update

As we discern our role in antiracism as an ally and/or accomplice, these resources can help:

“What’s the Difference between an Ally and Accomplice?” (YWCA Seattle)

“Ally or Accomplice? The Language of Activism” by Colleen Clemens

Monroe County has received $144 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds and local lawmakers are collecting information about how constituents would like to see that money invested. Learn more about it, then consider taking the survey to weigh in.

This past week, NPR published a story highlighting the U.S. affordable housing crisis and the growing number of families at risk of and experiencing homelessness across the country. Among those interviewed were two single moms served by affiliates of Family Promise in other regions.

Here are some books we are reading. Shop for these and other holiday gifts at local Black and Brown-owned Bookstores: Cerebral Kingdom BooksHipocampo Books, and the Second Hand Librarian.

Coming Up:

SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice) ROC Workshop: Monday, December 20, 2021 6:30pm – Responding to Racist Remarks