Category Archives: racial equity

Switch to Zoom meeting for RRE Large Group Meeting 9/21/22 @ 6:30

By | September 19, 2022

For both health and weather related considerations, we are moving the RRE Large Group Meeting for September to Zoom only. It will still be this Wednesday, September 21 at 6:30, but from the comfort of your own home/office/car/space. Please click: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86525029299?pwd=am1IOUpzWDZkUlF6QVFFM0xwemRHdz09 Meeting ID: 865 2502 9299 Passcode: 105936 One tap mobile +13092053325,,86525029299#,,,,*105936# US +13126266799,,86525029299#,,,,*105936# US… Read More »

RRE monthly meeting Wednesday, September 21 @ 6:30 , Patty’s Barn, 2899 Hinesburg Rd, Richmond

By | September 16, 2022

Reminder: the next RRE monthly meeting is Wednesday, September 21 @ 6:30 at Patty’s Barn 2899 Hinesburg Rd, Richmond This is a well ventilated space with no heat, so please check the weather forecast and dress as warmly as needed. Your presence is not only welcome but the most important aspect of this meeting! Planned… Read More »

Richmond Racial Equity Large Group meeting on Sept 21, 6:30, Patty’s Barn

By | September 3, 2022

Please join us at our September Large Group Meeting : Wednesday, September 21 @ 6:30 at Patty’s Barn 2899 Hinesburg Rd, Richmond This is a chance to be together in a well ventilated space with no heat, so please check the weather forecast and dress as warmly as needed. The Education group is going to… Read More »

Richmond Racial Equity Large Group Meeting on Wed, March2 at 7p – new link

By | February 27, 2022

Our Large Group meeting the first Wed of March (March 2 at 7p) will be held on a different Zoom link than usual, so please follow these steps ahead of time in order to join: You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: Mar 2, 2022 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) Register in… Read More »

Abolish Slavery: Educating Communities on Prop 2

By | February 22, 2022

Vermont Interfaith Action Deputy Director Melissa Battah will present “Abolish Slavery: Educating Our Communities on Prop 2, ” developed in collaboration with the Vermont Racial Justice Alliance, on Wednesday, March 2 from 7 to 8:30 pm on Zoom. The purpose of this presentation is to explain the Vermont constitution’s current language regarding slavery and how… Read More »

Richmond Racial Equity Large Group Monthly Meeting: Wed, Feb 2 @ 7p

By | January 31, 2022

Please join the RRE Large Group monthly meeting on Wednesday, Feb 2 at 7p via this link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87273193709?pwd=UUxaMlJzTmRGeUJPZGU4Ry84QmZDUT09 Meeting ID: 872 7319 3709 Passcode: 504345 +16465588656,,87273193709#,,,,*504345# US (New York) Our agenda will include: 7:00 – Greetings and Welcome! Focus for tonight: Andrews Forest Committee and the plan for the Policy and Policing wing of RRE… Read More »

Richmond Racial Equity Large Group Monthly Meeting: Wed, Jan 5 @ 7p

By | January 2, 2022

Please join the RRE Large Group monthly meeting this Wednesday, Jan 5, 2022 at 7p with the following agenda and Zoom link below: 7:00- Greetings! Tonight’s agenda will focus on our goals for community oversight group for and engagement with the RPD 7:05 Land Acknowledgement: updated from Scott Silverstein’s and Alexis Lathem’s work with the… Read More »

From the Huffington Post: “I’m Black But Look White. Here Are The Horrible Things White People Feel Safe Telling Me.”

By | December 9, 2021

From the Huffington Post: “I’m Black But Look White. Here Are The Horrible Things White People Feel Safe Telling Me.” Miriam Zinter (@MimZWay) writes a sobering (some might say infuriating) personal history of the abuse she suffered as a black child with very light skin — some inflicted at her directly, some spoken in her… Read More »

Call to post questions about RRE Member Questions about Housing, Zoning, Climate, & Impact on Racial Equity in Richmond

By | December 1, 2021

Hi RRE members and friends, At our Large Group Meeting on Wednesday, Dec 1 2021, we realized we have a lot to learn about Richmond Town policies and ordinances that can affect our Town’s inclusion, diversity, and equitable opportunities relating to those who historically have not been included. We decided to collect our questions first… Read More »