Eliminating institutional racism               Building racial equity

Register Now!   Forum 2015                March 19th 8:30am to 4:30pm

Where: Celebration Cinema North  Cost: $60 full day including breakfast, film & discussion, lunch, and breakouts!  $40 morning film and discussion only (includes breakfast)  Doors open at 8:00am  Program begins at 8:30am  Film begins at 9:30am
Featuring the film Follow Me Home with discussion following facilitated by Peter Bratt, writer & director

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Our programs utilize both trained staff and volunteers who diligently work to bring equity and inclusiveness to the workplace environment.

The ultimate goal of Partners for a Racism-Free Community is to bring systemic change to the community where:

  • all races and ethnicities are accepted and included
  • disparities are reduced or eliminated
  • there is collaboration not competition within the workplace
  • our whole selves are present in the workplace environment
  • organizations are racially equitable


Institutional racism is the more subtle form of racism that is embedded in our systems, our policies, and our practices.  It is a pattern of  organizational programs or policies working  to the benefit of white people and to the detriment of people of color, usually unintentionally or inadvertently.  It goes beyond person-to-person racism that is easily identifiable.