The Peace & Conciliation Project is an antiracism organization that utilizes restorative practices to engage communities in addressing the roots of structural and institutional racism. Peace is human security and the ability to live a life of dignity that is free from fear. Conciliation is the action of bringing peace and harmony to relationships and ending all strife that has historically impacted those relationships. The Project aims to right the wrongs of centuries of oppression rooted in White Colonialism by addressing the harm done to American Indians, American Descendants of Slavery, and the many groups of people who have been marginalized and oppressed since the inception of the United States.
The Peace & Conciliation Project seeks funding to support our programs:
Antiracism & Me
This community education series is designed to educate the white community so they may transcend the role of ally and assume responsibility and accountability for creating an equitable and just society.
Small group dialogues that focus on fostering accountability, antiracist behavior, and self-reflection, building to an actionable end.
Black Healing Space
The Black Healing Space program is designed specifically to support the racial healing of Black Americans and African-Americans to come together as a community, express ourselves, and above all, heal.
Community Healing Space
The Community Healing Space program is designed offer emotional and somatic healing from the ongoing trauma of racism and White supremacy culture.