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Resources & Services

Our Offerings

The Anti-Racism Alliance is committed to advocating for social justice through education and calling for action. Read on to find out more about our monthly newsletters, anti-racism toolkits, and other youth and adult offerings.

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Monthly Newsletters

Check out our past newsletters featuring a wide array of social justice topics. 

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Anti-Racism Toolkits

From Earth Day to Black History Month, celebrate and learn more about important times of the year with us.

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Youth Resources

Kids should be included in anti-racism work! Check out our list of youth resources, as well as lesson ideas for building resiliency and emotional awareness within the next generation. 

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Adult Resources

Book suggestions, black-owned restaurants and small businesses to support, and so much more...all accessible in one place!

Community Connection

The Anti-Racism Alliance also partners with Episcopal churches across Connecticut to facilitate discussions about an array of topics.

The Anti-Racism Alliance is led by a volunteer group passionate about social justice. We are by no means "experts" on any one topic. Rather, we come to presentations offering current, up-to-date research and resources and invite people to share their own personal stories, reflections, and insight. 

See below for an inside look at just a few of our past presentations. Interested in having us come to your church or organization to speak? Reach out to us below!

Privilege & Intersectionality

We facilitate discussions about the definition of "privilege" and "intersectionality," as well as how each word relates to our life experiences.

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Environmental Justice

We facilitate discussions breaking down the all-encompassing term "environmental justice," as well as help brainstorm ways to live it out within your local community.  

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"Big Feelings" with Kids

For tabling or in-person programs, we offer songs, games, and educational resources for kids to understand and cope with their "big feelings."

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