Our youth programs, including the Youth Action Council and Project Respect, aim to instill in participants a sense of self-worth, respect for differences, and an aptitude for community service and leadership. Our youth leaders learn facilitation skills and work to build understanding across lines of difference in their communities.
Our policy and justice programs bring community, government, schools and social services together to advise system reform, including promoting Juvenile Hearing Boards and Restorative Justice and tackling complicated public policy issues through the Civil Rights Roundtable.
Our diversity, equity & inclusion training workshops are designed to help organizations address contemporary issues involving the changing nature of our state's workforce. Hands-on approaches to creating healthy, productive community environments are presented and can be adapted by managers and employees alike.