Racial Justice Meetups

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This is a meetup group for folks who see racism as a white problem and/or are interested in learning about the systemic role of whiteness in our society. We'll feed y'all (nothing fancy) and let you peruse the largest collection of anti-racist litera

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Knapsackers
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Sponsored by the UU Metro NY Racial and Social Justice Consultant, these meet-ups give us a chance to get active in our communities and work to transform systems.

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Justice Lovers
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A group for progressives to get together for events where liberal political and social views can be expressed freely. If you crave interaction with likeminded people who share your progressive values, this is the group for you. All backgrounds, ages,

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Progressives
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Repair the World is a non-profit organization that inspires young adults to give their time and effort to serve those in need through the idea of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) and Jewish service learning. We have a fellowship program for year of

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Volunteers
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Repair the World is driven by a deep commitment to offer volunteer opportunities that meet real local needs. This year Repair the World: Pittsburgh is focusing on two specific issue areas: Education Justice and Food Justice. We work with our partners

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Do Gooders
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Let your voice be heard! Voices of Harmony is a group that creates cross-cultural understanding and shares the wonderful sounds of music from cultures around the world. We invite all members of the community to join us in song and conversation! Who's

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Voices
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Join other Teachers for Social Justice in the Chicago area to discuss relevant justice/educator-oriented texts and build a community of educators who think, question, support, vent, share ideas, listen, learn and hopefully organize for change! We hav

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TSJ Readers
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Are you a progressive working on campus? We started this group to create an inclusive multi-issue network of progressive faculty and staff in the Greater Boston area. While this began as a project of Socializing for Justice, a grassroots group establ

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Members
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We welcome all members. We are looking for people who are active in environmental, social justice, and animal rights causes. Individuals and organizations who want to get involved in influencing public policy regarding issues they are passionate ab

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Activists
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This group is for you if you'd like to brainstorm ideas with others, in a welcoming atmosphere, to make the world a better place. We will meet to tackle the OpenIDEO challenges as they are released. You do not need an OpenIDEO account to attend, so c

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Social Innovators

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April 29, 2015

This group will meet monthly on Second Saturdays, to have honest and productive conversations about race, racism, and race relations in the U.S., as well as how race impacts each of us individually. We will establish group norms based on research-bas­

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Learners
April 29, 2015

Group for discussing, discovering and doing things to effect change in both microsociological and macrosociological methods of movement. Focused on breaking down cross-cultural and socio-economic barriers through meetings, media and missional commun

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Reformers
April 3, 2015

With the many incidents of social injustice occurring throughout the nation, it is vital that we come together as a society to open up the dialogue and share our experiences. This group will meet twice a month to discuss topics from social injustice,­

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PeaceMasters
March 23, 2015

The CNN debate on the "N" bomb hosted by Don Lemon and the Starbucks campaign #racetogether, got me thinking about racial issues in Seattle. I’m a white guy who’s grown up in the Northwest basically my whole life. I also have no friends from minority

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Talkers
March 5, 2015

"Brothers on the Mend" is a discussion group for Black Men who want to enjoy fellowship and camaraderie while coming together to discuss the unique dynamics of being Black men in a society that is often separate, hostile, and unequal."Brothers on the

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Brothers
February 26, 2015

Create a deeper connection to the love that motivates your leadership as an anti-racist. This group practices self care including emotional, embodiment, sexual empowerment and spiritual skills to build our internal resources for navigating restimulat­

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Sex Positive Anti-Racist Leaders
February 25, 2015

We will seek to discuss the underpinnings of racism, white privilege, and the anthropology of whiteness.

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Whiteness Disruptors
February 19, 2015

Join other Teachers for Social Justice in the Chicago area to discuss relevant justice/educator-oriented texts and build a community of educators who think, question, support, vent, share ideas, listen, learn and hopefully organize for change! We hav

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TSJ Readers
February 10, 2015

This group will focus on creating safe places for people affected by incarceration. We do this by: • Going to the general public and educating them regarding systemic issues regarding incarceration, • Tapping into existing volunteer opportunities, • 

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Community Healers
February 10, 2015

Join your neighbors for a local conversation about racism. All are welcome. Open. Honest. Dialogue. Together. For the past six months, activists, led by African American young people, have organized, spoken out, and engaged in direct action, sparking

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Gardner Community Members
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