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Video's & Webinars To Watch

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Video's & Webinars

Our Founder, President, and CEO, Dr. Bernadine Eyo Ahonkhai, was the special guest on the international radio talk show, Suffering in Silence, on Luvbay Afrobeat Music Talk Radio, with host Evangelist Tia May and co-host Bob McComas-Wood. They had a far-reaching and rich conversation about the work that Coalition4Justice is doing to further its mission of serving as a catalyst for transformational change in the USA and beyond, around issues of racial equity and social justice.

Dr. Ahonkhai discussed the diverse issues that Coalition4Justice focuses on in its programming, including homelessness, trauma and domestic violence, substance abuse and addiction, and the Coalition's Youth Ambassador Program which educates children about valuing their uniqueness, gaining respect for their peers from different backgrounds, and finding common ground to build relationships based on diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Coalition4Justice envisions our society as a place where everyone is welcome and valued. GIVE A LISTEN AND BE INSPIRED AND MOTIVATED INTO ACTION-- TOGETHER!


Amanda Gorman, 22 year old National Youth Poet Laureate delivers a stunning poem at the Biden- Harris Inauguration on January 20, 2021

What I am learning from my white grandchildren truths about raceAnthony Peterson TEDxAntioch


Dr. Robin DiAngelo discusses White Fragility

Sticks and Stones and the Stories We Tell Recording of a presentation by Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators in which 10 BIPOC authors and illustrators discuss how they have used the negative experiences of racism to fuel their artistic expression.

Daryl Davis Did the Unthinkable: He was determined to understand why he was hated for the color of his skin. His pursuit for answers brought him face to face with the leader of the KKK. Find out how one conversation is changing history in real time.

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Articles & 

Additional Resources:


  • Civic Engagement and the Restoration of Community
    A booklet available as a pdf called Civic Engagement and the Restoration of Community Changing The Nature of the Conversation by Peter Block This booklet is written for citizens who care for the well being of their community. It is for those people who want to live in a neighborhood and a city that works for all its citizens and who have the faith and the energy to create such a place. It is for those of us who long for a positive future for the cities and neighborhoods within which we live.


  • We Have to Try Harder to Get There an Article by the Daily Stoic


  • But Slavery Was So Long Ago...

Additional Resources
  • Other collections of resources

    • Teaching Tolerance including this specific lesson Why Teaching Black Lives Matter Matters Part I


  • A free online course from Microsoft on Unconcious Bias.In this course, you'll deepen your understanding of unconscious biases, how they influence behavior, and how they impact us all. You'll also learn numerous actions you can take to help counter bias in your own work environment. Microsoft offers Unconscious Bias training for informational purposes and as an additional resource you can use in your diversity training efforts.




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