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Training and consulting for diversity, justice, and change.
Training and consulting for diversity, justice, and change.

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Your contribution to ROJ makes a difference. Please include us in your holiday giving. http://eepurl.com/bKQo09

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Share widely! We are looking for a part-time e.d.
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New Blog Post: Council Member Elections - If you consider yourself a supporter or constituent of Roots of  Justice, please take a minute to cast your vote for two new members to our Accountability Council (board). (The poll closes on September 17.)

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If you consider yourself a supporter or constituent of Roots of  Justice, please take a minute to cast your vote for two new members to our Accountability Council (board). (The poll closes on September 17.)

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New Blog Post: When the “voiceless” speak - (In response to the disruption of a Bernie Sanders campaign rally by Black Lives Matter activists in Seattle this week.) A phrase I dislike: ‘giving voice to the voiceless.’ I don’t like this because no one is voiceless. Everyone has … Continue reading →

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(In response to the disruption of a Bernie Sanders campaign rally by Black Lives Matter activists in Seattle this week.) A phrase I dislike: ‘giving voice to the voiceless.’ I don’t like this because no one is voiceless. Everyone has a voice. When…

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ROJ's Damascus Road Antiracism Analysis Trg is coming to Newton KS! Oct 2-4 Content: http://ow.ly/PAY6t Trg info: http://ow.ly/PAX9i

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ROJ's Damascus Road Antiracism Analysis Trg is coming to Newton KS! Oct 2-4 Content: http://ow.ly/PAY6t Trg info: http://ow.ly/PAX9i

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"Including black women and girls only strengthens the national case against racist police brutality" http://ow.ly/M89se

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New Blog Post: Starting a New Story - by Conrad Moore Ignorance is bliss. White people can decide if and when they want to enter the discussion about systemic racism, or not. We need to go much farther than just conversations about race. It is time to get … Continue reading → http://ow.ly/2XrSF1
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