Photo Album: Monthly Programs, 2014 to the Present

See more about the events these photos came from on our Past Events pages



October 14 – Rape, Racism, and the Real Cost of Food

September 1 – Voices of Dissent, Music of Activism

July 7 – The Road Home

June 2 – Racial Justice, Climate Justice


May 5 – 50 People, 40 Questions


March 3 – Step Up! Bystander Training


February 3 – Immigration and Trump: Franklin County’s Response




December , Race and Religion


September 2 – Voices of Dissent, Music of Activism


August 26 – Organizing for Education Justice, with Marianna Islam

June 3 – The Real Story of American History: Our Story Not His Story, with Naimah Muhammad and Kathleen Anderson


May 27 – Racial Justice In the Courts: Is it Possible? with Attorney Buz Eisenberg


 March 4 – Spoken Word: An Art With A History, with Tem Blessed and friends




February 4 – The Evolving Face of Housing Discrimination. with Elizabeth Bridgewater

January 7 – The Road To Freedom:  Anti-Slavery Activity in Greenfield MA, with Momodou Sarr and Joan Featherman



December 3 – Taste of Brazil: The Story of Capoeira Dance, with Tuzinho


November 5 – Racial Disparities in U.S. Healthcare, with Dr. Stephen A. Martin


January 9 – Our Stories of White Privilege, Then and Now, a panel discussion



December 5 – Education or Miseducation: By Intention or Design, with Dr. Mulazimuddin Rasool


November 7 – 1676 and Beyond: Tribes, Race, and Untold Histories, with David Tall Pine White and David Brule


October 3 – Incarceration and Imagining Alternatives, with Mel Motel

September 12 – Youth Speak Out! A Panel Discussion 

August 8 – What Reparations Forces Us To Do, with Dr. Chris Tinson

June 6 –  One People One Earth! with Brother NorthStar


 April 11 – Black Lives/Black History, with Gloria De,Layne Matlock and Adam Matlock

March 7 – Food Justice: What Is It? With Liz O’Gilvie and Catherine Sands


February 7 – Black Lives Matter: Local Activists Speak, a panel discussion



December 6 – Revisiting the Middle Passage, with Ingrid Askew, Tim Bullock, and Melinda Holm

 September 6 – Cracking The Codes, a film with discussion facilitated by Kara McLaughlin and Rachel Stoler

 June 7 – Immigrant Voices: Families, Schools, and the Community with Rebecca Wright and Jimena Pareja


May 3 – How Privilege Hurts Us All, A Destructive Invisible Reality, with Dr. Dottie Morris 


April 5 – Franklin County’s First Peoples: History, Heritage and Current Events, with Joe Graveline


March 1 – Anika Nailah’s National Liberation Poetry Tour Experience Mini-Performance and Short film


February 1 – Walk Right In: Yale Summer High School, a film with discussion facilitated by Darnell Williams and Meg Maccini


January 4 – Interrupting Racism, a workshop with Keely Malone