There is no one, “right” path forward, and we’re making no claims that our route forward is better than anyone else’s. What is right, unequivocally, is the acknowledgment that we can do better, and the willingness to try. Here, we are documenting our own journey to become more aware and inclusive. It holds us accountable, keeps us active and opens up possibility.

Voices of Justice: Dr. Monique Perry-Graves, Campus Operating Officer and Associate Vice President at York Technical College

This is the first post in a series where LGA will interview community leaders and discuss their journeys with racial justice and equity in an ...

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MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DAY

"The holiday must be substantive as well as symbolic. It must be more than a day of celebration … Let this holiday be a day of reflection, a ...

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Ending the year, not the fight: Holding each other accountable into 2021

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Book Discussion: Four perspectives to inform our own

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Reflect, give thanks, keep working

With the launch of this blog last month, LGA’s Racial Justice and Equity Task Force crossed one big to-do off its plate, and we began November ...

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REI Training: Insight to shape action

The efforts of our task force’s education committee kicked off Oct. 1, when we were fortunate enough to have an agency-wide training session ...

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What does tolerance look like today?

As we approach this year’s International Day for Tolerance on Nov. 16, our nation finds itself in the throes of a ...

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Meeting 2: Steps Forward

We started to find our groove during our second meeting, with each working group coming to the table to present ideas from their respective ...

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Meeting 1: Setting the Stage

They say the hardest part about starting something new is taking the first step. Well, consider us highly skeptical that the beginning will be the ...

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