In the words of Martin Luther King: "The third attitude that one can take toward the question of progress in race relations is the realistic attitude. Like the synthesis of Hegelian philosophy, the realistic attitude seeks to reconcile the truths of two opposites and avoid the extremes of both. So the realist in race relations would agree with the optimist in saying, we have come a long way, but he would balance that by agreeing with the pessimist that we have a long long way to go. It is this realistic position that I would like to set forth: We have come a long long way, and we have a long long way to go."
Our goal is to improve race relations through sharing our stories, worries, hopes, struggles, and resources. Some of us are experienced, some of us are beginners, but we all share a common humanity and a desire for a better world for us and our children and grandchildren.
Join us as we learn to break down barriers, embrace discomfort, and welcome all of our brothers and sisters in one human family.