Love books? Social change? Making new friends? You're invited to join the Hearth Book Club! Together, we'll read and discuss Adrienne Maree ...
Join Truth Telling as a Foundation for World Peace” with artist and writer Robert Shetterly, author of Americans Who Tell the Truth at the f...
Hear community responses to the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color. These organizations have collectively responded in different ways, including I CAN’T BREATHE Marches, leading community conversations that promote truth and reconciliation, COVID-19 check-ins, truth hearings, and more!
Juneteenth 2020 Reparations webinar with Queen Mother Mashariki Jywanza of NCOBRA, Leah Penniman of Soul Fire Farm, Professor Margaret Burnham of Northeastern University Law School.
Dr. Angela Davis' Speech at The Truth Telling Project's Violence in America: Exposure Through Truth-Telling Event.
In response both to the epidemic in police violence against unarmed African Americans and the nationwide movement to confront the underlying causes of structural racism in the US, organizers in the St Louis/Ferguson region, supported by academics, clergy, activists, teachers, and professionals throughout the country, launched the Truth Telling Project in March 2015 with the goal of providing a forum in which those directly affected by police violence could speak their truth