Recognizing both the pressing need for the work of racial healing and CTTT-RVA’s growing effectiveness and expanding potential, an anonymous donor has offered up to $250,000 as a one-to-one match for our donors’ gifts. Help us to meet this challenge with a contribution of $1000, $500, $250, $100,
$25 . All donations are welcomed and greatly appreciated!

Thank you for helping us meet  this challenge  and for being a partner in making a difference in Richmond and beyond.
CTTT-RVA extends a special Thank You to the Unitarian Universalist Community & the First Mennonite Church for their past and upcoming "Pass the Plate" Donations
Race was intentionally constructed. Come join us and together let's deconstruct it even more intentionally!
Courses Available In Richmond on Racial Healing and Diversity
Shepherd’s Center of Richmond Open University Winter Session Courses/talks of interest with regard to Racial Healing and Diversity

Mondays' St Luke Lutheran Church 7757 Chippenham Parkway

9:45 Feb 17 The 2019 Virginia General Elections: Winners and Losers
9:45 Feb 24 The History of the Fourteenth Amendment

Thursdays' First Presbyterian Church 4602 Carey Street Road
9:45 Feb 20 Southern Journey; The Migration of the American South

Volunteering with our CTTT-RVA is a wonderful opportunity to get involved and connect with others. The work you contribute is always valued as we pursue our mission of a just and truthful society that acknowledges and seeks to heal from the racial wounds of the past.
Featured Video And Articles
Check out the featured video and articles below to help further the conversation on racism and its impact.
Rather than give a classic speech as part of a lecture series she was asked to speak at in 2016, Genevieve Siegel-Hawley decided to share a personal reflection .- READ MORE
“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any.”

Alice Walker