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Find a Program
Just Communities programs are focused on uplifting youth, families, and educators to be the strong, vocal, and active members of their community. We support them in amplifying their efforts and leading alongside them to create impactful and sustainable systemic change. Our programs provide community members the opportunity to discuss and address issues of racial equity and systems of oppression in their communities. Participants will learn about Social Justice Education, civic engagement, and community organizing. Our programs aspire to teach community members to be inclusive of all people and cultures; to develop capacity to check assumptions and to understand the value-laden choices that await them as leaders, decision makers, and arbiters of ethical choices at home, at school, and in their communities. To learn more and get yourself involved, click here.
Customized Training & Consultation
Just Communities works with community members, nonprofits, organizations, and businesses both locally and across the country to develop Customized Training and Consultation workshops tailored to the specific needs of our clients. Our workshops take an intersectional approach, using race as a lens through which we can examine other identities and experiences including, but not limited to class, immigration, and gender. To learn more and get your organization started, click here.
Language Justice & Access
Just Communities works with Interpreters, community members, nonprofits, and organizations both locally and across the country to continue the critical work of Language Justice and Access. Through our work we provide Language Justice workshops, customized Trainings and interpretation and translation services. Our workshops and trainings take an intersectional approach, using race as a lens through which we can examine language and power as we thrive to provide a way to see how language access and justice advance within communities and organizations. To learn more and get your organization started, click here.
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