A welcome experience. 7 Gatherings. Listen and learn along your justice journey
Diverse groups of people coming together for racial healing and action for racial justice.

Join the cause and help further the movement!

Some faces of L4J
Gina Glymph

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Tilifayea Griffin

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Amara Lynch

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Susan Firestone

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Issa Prescott
Angelina Hunt

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Dr. Folami Prescott-Adams

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Karen Morris

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McKenzie Wren

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Kofi Adams
Anthony Lobban

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Jarrod Walker

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Gayle Burnett

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Heidi Williams-Cooper
Ronald Skeete

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Susan Landrum

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Rachel Mizuno
Carletta S. Hurt

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Dr. Melanie Dukes

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Bridgett Hitchings

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Our Purpose

To end systemic racism by providing a healing environment for small diverse groups to engage in education and brave conversations about race.  We will reflect on identities, the ways racism affects all aspects of our lives, and move from empathy to action for long-lasting racial justice.

Who Are We? 

We are a community of educators, facilitators, parents, consultants, entrepreneurs, and youth development professionals who have created courageous collaborative spaces for many years.  We are committed to the work of justice in the broadest sense possible while putting a laser focus on racism and how it is negatively impacting our community and world. 

Our Pilot launched Tuesday, October 20th

Pilot Schedule

  • The Welcome Experience – Tuesday, October 20 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST
  • Gathering #1 “Race is all in your head” – Tuesday, October 27 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST
  • Gathering #2 “Who am I?: Identity matters” – Tuesday, November 3 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST
  • Gathering #3 “Fight the Power! ” – Tuesday, November 10 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST
  • Gathering #4 “Internalizing Love ” – Tuesday, November 17 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST
  • Gathering #5 “Can We all just get along?” – Tuesday, December 1 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST
  • Gathering #6 “The System (& Pillars of Society)” – Tuesday, December 8 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST
  • Gathering #7 “What is mine to do?” – Tuesday, December 15 – 5:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM EST

Listening for Justice (L4J)

7 Gatherings. 49 Days.  listen and learn along your justice journey

Each 2-hour gathering includes:

o   Highly engaging, culturally relevant content including a Rapid Fire Interview of your questions with an expert or influencer. Hosted by Pat Prescott

o   Harambee Group Gathering  – 12 people across diverse backgrounds (ages 13 – 100+) gather to make meaning and reflect on the sessions’ content for 30-45 minutes facilitated by two vetted, trained and highly experienced co-facilitators)

o   Session Summary with comments for the good of the whole, fun quizzes, prizes, HW and teeing up of next gathering. 

o   A digital guidebook for ongoing reflection and study.

  1. A safe space to grow with trained facilitators and small diverse groups that build trust.
  2. A healing space with practices such as breathing, deep listening, and personal sharing preparing us for meaningful dialogue and action.
  3. A supportive environment with highly engaging learning activities and follow-up with facilitators.
  4. A grassroots inclusive space to promote positive change.
  5. A brave space for all people ready to dismantle systemic racism.
  1. People who realize that they need to know and do more, but need guidance.
  2. People who feel guilty but want to unpack it in a healthy way.
  3. People who don’t mind hard work when it leads to results.
  4. Anyone who wants to support others in this work.
  5. Anyone who wishes to change the narrative for present and future generations.
  1. Things have not significantly improved.
  2. We are in the biggest Civil/Human Rights movement of our lives. 
  3. We need to listen to each other and reflect on who we are, where we have been, and where we are going.
  4. History is demanding a permanent change for the better.

Session Titles

1. Race is all in your head

2. Who am I: Identity matters

3. Resistance : Reconstruction : Revolution : Reckoning

4. Learning to love: Internalized oppression

5. Can we all just get along

6. The system

7. What is mine to do