At the commemoration of the 1963 March on Washington, Society President Eric Sandhusen emphasized the Society’s commitment to racial justice. Read More
Jeremiah Camara’s documentary examines the saturation of churches in African-American communities co-existing with poverty and powerlessness. This screening is part of our church-state speaker seriesRead More
In this June 2021 platform address, Interim Leader Curt Collier discusses how matters of race overtly, covertly, and consequently impact the conservation movement in America.
In a letter to Teaneck’s elected leaders on behalf of our Society, Social Action Chair Anne Wallman asks that the Black Lives Matter mural in a parking lot next to Votee Park be changed from temporary to permanent status to promote unity and healing.
The Being White and its Hidden Assumptions workshops have been taking place since the beginning of 2016. Here is a sampling of videos, articles and a song that have been […]
In 1961, Alan Kaufman traveled to Mississippi along with several hundred other students – white and black – who took buses and trains into the South to challenge Jim Crow. They were arrested and sent to jail, in Alan’s case 23 days in Mississippi’s Parchman State Penitentiary, a maximum security facility.