TIME: SPEND IT FORWARD

Well Spent

BLESSED WITH TIME? EDUCATE YOURSELF. TALK WITH OTHERS. VOLUNTEER.
WHAT ARE YOUR UNIQUE SKILLS AND QUALITIES?

BOOK GROUPS

Form or join a book club to study history texts and literary works by African-American authors; discuss the local effects of institutional racism.

RACIAL HEALING GROUPS

Form or join a group to discuss the effects of racism in your community; join in racial healing and reconciliation efforts.

RACIAL JUSTICE GROUPS

Join a racial justice group in your community or start one yourself.

SPIRITUAL OR RELIGIOUS GROUPS

Participate in your spiritual or religious organization’s racial justice programs, or start a new program.

RACIAL JUSTICE FILM SCREENINGS

Screen Films on The Topic of Slavery or Racism.

MENTORSHIP

If you have professional skills or a strong professional network, consider connecting with a local university, or your alma mater.

NETWORKING

Help African-American students in your academic area or profession build their network.

TRAINING

Consider offering training or paid internships to African-Americans in your area of expertise.