In the wake of the senseless Buffalo shooting, we urge all to join us on May 22 to welcome three exceptional individuals, learn about the new programs, and give your support to the work that lies ahead.
With Kevin Noonan, Executive Director of Craig's Doors, continuing the Judy Brooks Conversation Series. Register in advance.
Speaker: Doreen Cunningham, ARPS Assistant Superintendent for Diversity, Equity and Human Resources. Click to join.
The Racial Justice Committee outlines its goal and objectives for 2022.
A "Brown Bag" event hosted by the LWVA Racial Justice and Healthcare Committees. Click here to join.
Our Brown Bag Program resumes on October 23, 2–4 p.m. with a review of the work of both the RJTF and Town initiatives. Click here to join.
The Amherst League of Women Voters and its Racial Justice Task Force has sent a letter supporting the continuation of the Community Safety Working Group.
The League of Women Voters of Amherst has released a report with suggestions to support the Town Resolution on Racial Equity in seeking greater diversity on Town committees, boards, commissions, and Town staff.
The series on affordable housing in Amherst continues with a forum on Racial Equity and Housing, Tuesday, April 20, at 6:30. Go to bit.ly/racialequityandhousing to join on Zoom.
Six grassroots organizations will reflect on their work, how they might work together more effectively and how the greater community can get involved at the LWVA Racial Justice Task Force event Working Towards Racial Equity: A Round Table and Dialogue.