Past Events

“It’s Time to Listen, Portsmouth”

September 2017 | Portsmouth, NH

Amidst a nation ruptured by racial tensions, from Charlottesville, Va., to St. Louis to Durham, a call to action was issued to the greater Seacoast community: Start telling the truths of racial injustice.



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Launch of “It’s Time to Listen”

August 2017 | St. Louis, MO

Learn how lived experiences express the harms of institutional racism.
Begin as process of action under the leadership of black folk and people of color on the front lines as we all work together for liberation.

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We Stay Woke – Live Call in Show

August 2017 | St. Louis, MO

We Stay Woke presents the Live Podcast commemorating the 3 year anniversary of the murder of #MichaelBrownJr. We will be talking with activists to see what they have been doing since #Ferguson left the front pages of the Newspapers.



International Day for

The Right to Speak Truth

March 2017 | St. Louis, MO





Youth Speak Truth

August 2016 | St. Louis, MO


Truth Telling Hearings

November 13-14 2015 | St. Louis, MO

FTI Launch

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Night of 1000 Conversations

November 14 2015 | Nationwide




International Peace Week

September 2016 | UC Irvine

Pastor Cori and Dr. Ragland shared their reflection on structural racism and violence in America

Responding to Police Violence Reflections from Ferguson



Police Brutality Discussion

September 2015 | Georgetown University

Pastor Cori and Dr. Ragland shared their experiences in the protests and why they’ve continued their involvement the movement for Black lives

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Violence in America:

Truth Telling Through Exposure

June 2015 | St. Louis, MO

At this event, Dr. Angela Davis reaffirmed that the protest movement ignited by Ferguson activists was necessary to expose and speak truth to power about injustice in the US.



From Selma To Ferguson

June 2015 | University of Rhode Island

Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Pastor Cori Bush and Dr. David Ragland spoke  about the connections and the continuation of the movement through Ferguson/ Movement for Black Lives Matter




The Truth Telling Weekend

March 13-15 2015 | St. Louis, MO

The Truth Telling Weekend brought scholars, activists and community members from around the country together to discuss the possibility of Truth and Reconciliation in this current social climate. The theme was from Truth to Transformation.

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