Let's come together to make things better.
Dear Neighbors in Concord, Clayton, Walnut Creek, and surrounding communities,
WELCOME! We are all in this together, and we can make a difference in creating a safe and just community for all. The first step is to reach out to each other. If you need support dealing with race issues, no matter who you are or which "side" you find yourself on, you are welcome here. You are not alone!
Join us for conversation and community building around healing racial inequities
We meet twice a month on Wednesday evenings (see schedule below), alternating between drop-in community conversations and book club meetings.
Get in touch
Do you want to coordinate, or do you need support around race issues? You can reach out by the form, below, or just reach out to me by phone or email: 925-951-7258, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for taking the step to reach out. I look forward to meeting you, even if it's online for the time-being.
Blessings to you,
Supporting Eachother, Learning, and Changing for the Better, Together
Community Meetings on the Second and Fourth Wednesday of Each Month, 7:30 - 9:00 PM
All meetings are on Zoom, and anyone from the Concord/Clayton/Walnut Creek and surrounding community area is welcome. These meetings are a place to connect, grow, and learn together in mutual support, non-judgment, and honest communication. To RSVP and receive the meeting link, email Christine up to a day before the meeting at email@example.com.
2nd Wednesday of the Month: Community Conversation
These are informal drop-in meetings for networking, building community, and discussing racial issues in our community. From time to time, we may focus on specific topics, which will be posted a week ahead of the meeting. The next upcoming meeting is August 12, 2020
4th Wednesday of the Month: Book Club
Want to expand your awareness in a supportive environment with other community members? Join us for book club. We pick one book at a time, and discuss it over two monthly meetings. Our current book is White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo, and the first of two book club meetings is August 26, 2020.