More than ever, St. Louis needs a critical mass of people who understand the dynamics around race: people who are committed to bridging our differences and building a better community for all of us, not just some of us.
Interrupting Racism—a powerful daylong workshop offered by NCCJ St. Louis—will help you meaningfully engage in dialogue on race & racism and identify actions you can take to promote racial healing and racial equity in your corner of the community.
Saturday, April 23, 2016, 8:30am-4:30pm
Adams Park Boys & Girls Club (4317 Vista Ave, St. Louis 63110)
This workshop is open to everyone. Registration is limited, and scholarships are available.
NCCJ St. Louis is a local nonprofit organization serving the region since 1930. NCCJ is recognized for its powerful, challenging, yet ultimately rewarding educational programs bridging our differences for individuals and organizations serious about change.