Dear Members & Friends
Racial Harmony is a third party neutral organization dedicated to promoting understanding, cooperation, and communication among all races and ethnic groups. Racial Harmony partners with other community organizations that share a similar mission, vision, and goals. The organization also co–sponsors annual events with several partners.
Information about Racial Harmony’s mission can be found in this downloadable flyer .
• To communicate effectively the meaning and benefits of ethnic and racial harmony
• To promote and initiate strategies for increasing racial and ethnic understanding
• Mediation and Conflict Resolution
• Instruction and Training Workshops
• Cooperative Learning Programs
• Youth Development Seminars and Activities
• Guest Speaking
Racial Harmony works in partnership with community leaders, area schools, churches and neighborhood associations in an effort to continue to provide the above programs and continuously work to develop additional programs that will promote understanding, cooperation and communication among all races and ethnic groups
“To assist Racial Harmony to provide services and programs to promote the understanding, cooperation and communication among all races and ethnic groups for the betterment of our community, our children and our future.”
RACIAL HARMONY WELCOMES GARY GASTON TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Center for Racial Harmony is pleased and honored to welcome Gary Gaston to our Board of Directors. Gary is a native of East St. Louis and serves as Senior Pastor of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. Gary is an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. and of 100 Black Men of America Inc., Alton, Illinois Chapter, Metro East Division and has served as Vice-President of the Board of Directors for Rush Senior Gardens and as Executive Director of Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House in East St Louis. A graduate of American Baptist College and Lindenwood University, Gary’s vast experience lends to his commitment to an inclusive and equitable community.
Join us in welcoming Gary Gaston to Center for Racial Harmony!
2023 RACIAL HARMONY SCHOLARSHIP
The application period for the 2023 $1,000 Racial Harmony Scholarship for High School Seniors is now open through May 15, 2023. Apply now at www.bit.ly/RacialHarmonyScholarship.
The Center for Racial Harmony proudly announces Sierra Misselhorn as the winner of its 2022 $1,000 scholarship award. Sierra is a graduating senior from Althoff Catholic High School in Belleville, IL.
When discussing Diversity, Sierra proudly proclaims, “Diversity comes in many forms, not just one type which is why it applies to everyone and not one specific background. I will be promoting this Diversity mission by embracing myself in other cultures and embracing them wherever I go.”
Congratulations, Sierra, and good luck with your academic pursuits.
The Gathering 2023
Each year, Racial Harmony, an organization dedicated to promoting understanding, cooperation, and communication among all races and ethnic groups, holds an annual Gathering in February. The primary function of the Racial Harmony Gathering is to honor students who have promoted goodwill and respect and have sought peaceful ways to resolve differences.
Area K-12 Educators were invited to nominate one (1) student from their school to be recognized at our annual awards celebration, The Gathering.
On Sunday, February 26, 2023, Center for Racial Harmony recognized 42 area student as this year’s honorees.
Racial Harmony Events & Happenings
Check back often for more upcoming Racial Harmony events.
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Reparations – Pros & Cons Part III
June 17, 2021 Recording
Board of Directors
Donna M. Moody
Curtis Louise Paradise
Robert E. Wells Jr.
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