Resources

Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina:

The Racial Justice and Reconciliation Committee (RJRC) is the body responsible for identifying the needs and potential solutions pertaining to racial inequities and white supremacy in the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and in its member churches. 

Community-Based Anti-Racism Organizing Teams:

Alamance Racial Equity Alliance (AREA) is a community of anti-racist people that encourages the transformation of thought through collective learning, meaningful relationships, and community events and whose purpose is to end racism.

The Asheville Racial Justice Coalition is a broad-based alliance of individuals and organizations committed to addressing systemic racism and state-sanctioned violence against Black people and those most impacted by poverty, criminalization, and mass incarceration.

Chatham Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE) works to deconstruct systemic inequities and achieve equitable outcomes for all people in Chatham County through education, organizing, and reconciliation.

The Greensboro Health Disparities Collaborative (GHDC) has a mission to undo racism in Guilford County through education, organization and support.

Organizing Against Racism (OAR Durham and ROAR) is an alliance of organizing teams based in the Research Triangle area, with a core focus on hosting regular, in-depth anti-racism workshops and racial identity-based caucuses in Durham and Wake Counties.

Racial Equity Cabarrus (Concord Area) is focused on providing racial awareness training to the churches and the leaders in Cabarrus County to gain an understanding of the structural racism that exists in our nation and in our community. 

Race Matters for Juvenile Justice (RMJJ) is a collaborative leadership group working with the Mecklenburg County community to reduce disproportionality and disparate outcomes for children and families of color through institutional organizing, education, and workforce development.