About the Project

 

Genealogy 

 

History

 

Storytelling

 

Racial Healing

About the Project 
This project’s main objectives are to promote racial healing, elevate racial understanding, and ensure an understanding of the concept of race via exploration of race and identity and sharing of stories and experiences. It was designed to give participants a greater understanding of their own racial and ethnic identity within the context of both American and world history.  This project took place in 4 cities, Detroit, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore. 
Detroit 
Partner Organizations
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 
Chicago 
Partner Organization
Logan Square Neighborhood Association 
Baltimore 
Partner Organization
Beloved Community Initiative (BCI) with participants from Baltimore-Washington 
Conference of the United Methodist Church
Washington D.C. 
Partner Organization
Safe Places for the Advancement of Community and Equity (SPACEs) 

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