We have partnered with: The National Resource Center for Racial Healing, the NAACP, the Urban League, the Boys and Girls Club, the Regional Health Alliance, the African American Women's Health Initiative, the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi, Pine Creek Reservation leaders and elders, Starr Commonwealth representative of the Healing Racism Seminars, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Isalmic Center of America, Voices of Peace, JONAH, CRIA (Calhoun Country Race Impact Alliance,) the Poverty Reduction Initiative in Kalamazoo, the Japan American Society of Western Michigan, Kinetic Affect. Voces, the Charles Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, MI., the Holocaust Museum Center in Farmington Hills, MI., Temple Beth El. First Congregational Church, Ending Stereotypes for America, Charles Six, founder, and the Art Center, plus leaders from nine inter-cultural groups within our Battle Creek community and Neighborhoods Inc., of Battle Creek. KCC Center for Diversity and Innovation, Disability Network Southwest Michigan, CIR Community Inclusive Recreation, The ARC

Video Links of Interest

A Girl Like Me
Color is more than skin deep for young African-American women struggling to define themselves
Reza Aslan
Unity in Diversity

An internationally acclaimed writer and scholar of religions, tells his own story of growing up as an Iranian-born emigre and explores the common narrative of what it means to be an American
One Drop Rule
"Insights and implications regarding the "One Drop Rule."
The Rev. Eric Law of the Kaleidoscope Institute
Talks about assumptions that we might make when we meet another person?