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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
I am amazed a the DIversity Council's consistent presence in the community through special exhibits, schools, and professional... more »
- Rochester, MN
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I grew up in the extremely diverse city of Chicago, where I was lucky enough to meet and be friends with people from all kinds... more »
- St. Petersburg, FL
PJA is an amazing organization that has helped to galvanize the Jewish community around critical social justice issues, particularly... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
Thank you for this excellent interview with educational innovator, Zoe Weil. At a time when the social service structure... more »
- Surry, ME
As a non profit professional with over 30 years of experience, I want to say that the Attitudinal Healing Connection's work is... more »
This is awesome stuff, just what we need in our schools--integrated accross many discplines and tied together around fundamental... more »
- Ypsilanti, MI
Changing Worlds is a unique and wonderful non-profit organization! Not only does it show through the hard work and dedication... more »
- Chicago, IL
Youth Together (YT) is a type of organization that values the growth and development of youth as leaders. I have not found another... more »
My name is Renee Michaux and I was the person that was personally attacked in the first review that was posted about the organization.... more »
- Hickory, NC
I first got involved with Mosaic when I went as a fifth grader. It is was a life changing experience. The last night at the program,... more »
America has had a long history dealing with issues of race and discrimination. We have come a long way overtime, but there is still much to be done to bring about racial equality.
Of the over 6,600 hate crimes that occurred in 2010, 60% were motivated by race or ethnicity.
Work with nonprofits fighting for justice and racial equality near you. By providing diversity workshops, advocating for the civil rights of people of color, or offering creative outlets to encourage appreciation of culture and diversity, you can make a difference in your community.