Coalition for Racial Equity and Social Justice
“The time to act is now. We must work together to build a safe, healthy, more equitable and just society where everyone is welcome and valued.”
-- Dr. Bernadine E. Ahonkhai, Founder/CEO.
Dr Bernadine Ahonkhai and family, with special guest Congresswoman Madeleine Dean (center) at the First Annual Coalition4Justice Anniversary celebration. (2021)
Dr. Bernadine Ahonkhai with the Coalition4Justice Steering Committee at the 2nd Anniversary celebration in 2022.
Grants and Awards Won!
Coalition4Justice is a proud recipient of:
The Montgomery County ARPA Fund,
a First Place Award in the Equity and Justice category for the 2024 Greater Philadelphia Social Innovation Awards
Celebrating Black History from Montgomery County; Past, Present & Future.
Promote public awareness and community understanding aimed at the elimination of Discrimination, Inequity, Injustice, and Racism.
Serve as a safe space for individuals to come together and engage in authentic conversations about racial inequity and social injustice.
Strive to realize stated goals through the creation and implementation of various programs and initiatives in the school system and our communities.
Utilize education, training, and civic action as catalysts for achieving transformational, sustainable and measurable change in our society.
"Advancing Equity & Justice Together"
Monday, March 11, 2024 - 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM EST
Join us for an enlightening online event where we will delve into the significance of race in American society.
From discussing the history of race relations to exploring the impact of race on various aspects of life, this event promises to be both educational and thought-provoking.
Brian G. Evans, Ph. D
This is a FREE ONLINE event. EVERYONE IS WELCOME, but registration is required. Q & A after presentation.
"Don't miss Your chance to join in the Conversation!"
WHY YOU SHOULD VOTE
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean speaks at the First Coalition4Justice Anniversary Celebration in 2021.
GEORGE FLOYD AND AMERICA: What has changed?
Three years ago, George Floyd was maliciously killed by a police officer, who was convicted of his murder. The world gasped, but how has America changed in the wake of his horrific death? This gripping article takes a hard look at that question.
And how have you changed?
by Marquise Francis, National Reporter, Yahoo News
Justice Dept. Data on Racial, Gender, and Age Bias in Policing,article by Leah Wang
I Can't Breathe, a poem by Rabbi Lance Sussman