...the Restorative Work of W. E. B. Du Bois & the Importance in This Moment with Prof. Whitney Battle-Baptiste, Director of the W.E.B. DuBois Center. Register.
...and the Importance of an Engaged Citizenry, with speaker Sudha Setty, Dean of the City University of New York School of Law. Register in advance.
Earl Miller, Director of the Town of Amherst's Community Responders for Equity, Safety and Service (CRESS) will be the next guest in LWVA's Judy Brooks Conversation Series. Register here.
The LWVA’s Racial Justice Committee (RJC) has been meeting bi-monthly since April 2020. We are: Andrea Battle, Lydia de Faveri Spiegal, Rebecca Fricke, Meg Gage, Martha Hanner, Ash Hartwell, Bonnie Isman, Renee Moss, Marcie Sclove, and David Williams.
On March 22, 2021 we held a Zoom Forum of Groups working on racial justice. 185 people attended. This was the beginning of the Amherst Racial Justice Network (ARJN). We have taken more steps to develop ARJN and will see how it all proceeds.
In May 2022, the LWVA Grant committee awarded its first grant, $1000 to the ARHS Restorative Program.
May 22 welcome to Amherst for three exceptional individuals. Pictures!
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.