19 July, 2020

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CCEJ’s Elements of Justice community dialogue series has been created to process the perspectives and questions currently emerging about race, racism, and the value of Black Lives.

CCEJ’s dialogue work is centered on key values:

No one is disposable.
No one is free until all of us are free.
Justice can only be achieved together.
Another world is possible.

Our hope is to build a space with you for sharing, listening, reflection and witnessing with each other. Each of us will have a chance to share what we need to share, without pressure to censor ourselves. We hope these much-needed dialogues will continue on in your workplace, with your friends, and families.

Dialogues will be facilitated by Heart 2 Heart facilitators, trained in partnership between CCEJ and Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation – Los Angeles, a project of Southern California Grantmakers.

The dialogues are offered both for people who want to have conversations in cross-racial groups and also for people who would benefit from talking in an affinity group with people of similar racial identities.

What is an Affinity Group?  Affinity groups are spaces where all of us can share in honest ways that don’t force Black, Indigenous or other People of Color to carry the responsibility for racial justice dialogues. Affinity group dialogue will be led by a CCEJ facilitator who shares that same racial identity.

Capacity is limited; if sessions fill up, please register on the corresponding waitlist.

All dialogues will be held online. Zoom links will be sent to registered participants.

If you have questions, please contact Daniel Solis, dsolis@cacej.org.

All dialogues are 2:00 – 3:30 pm (PST). Click here to register. 

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