Center for Racial Harmony
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 .
Dear Members & Friends,
Welcome to the Center for Racial Harmony in St. Clair County, Illinois!
We invite you to join us in continuing our mission. An annual membership starts at just $15, or you can contribute any amount on the “Donate“ page right here on our site. Thank you in advance.
Show your support of Racial Harmony by Becoming a Member today.
2022 Racial Harmony Scholarship
… The application period for the 2022 $1,000 Racial Harmony Scholarship for High School Seniors will open February 27, 2022 and close April 15, 2022. Please check back for the online application.
… Our 2020 Racial Harmony Scholarship Winner is Miss Lauren McCartney, a 2020 graduate of Madison Senior High School.
White House Signs Juneteenth National Independence Day Act
White House Proclaims Juneteenth Day of Observance
Proclamation on Juneteenth Day of Observance, 2021 | The White House
Read President Biden’s Statement here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/06/18/a-proclamation-on-juneteenth-day-of-observance-2021/
White House Proclaims Day of Remembrance
Proclamation on Day Of Remembrance: 100 Years After The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre | The White House
Read President Biden’s Statement here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/05/31/a-proclamation-on-day-of-remembrance-100-years-after-the-1921-tulsa-race-massacre/
In recent weeks, we’ve seen a series of violent attacks against Asian Americans, ranging from brutal robberies to fatal assaults. It is believed by many that this is becoming the latest affront to human dignity motivated by racism.
So where do we begin to try and heal a broken world? It starts within. It encompasses learning how current events, such as COVID-19, are used as a guise for harm. These resources from the “AMA Journal of Ethics, Human Rights Watch, and Time Magazine can be a starting place.” (St. Louis University, 2021).
It’s also so important that we continue to work in solidarity to advance the solutions that we know that’s going to advance our community to be able to come together and thrive. Additionally, if we Seek and promote counter-stereotypical information, Focus on individuals, not group identity, and Engage in perspective taking and giving, we begin to embrace all, protect the vulnerable and promote respect.
Donna Moody, President
Racial Harmony Events & Happenings
Our Community Forums have gone live! Virtually live on FaceBook Live! Follow Center for Racial Harmony on FaceBook, and tune in.
July 22, 2021 @ 6:00PM
Check back often for more upcoming Racial Harmony events.
Interested in collaborating with Center for Racial Harmony?
Contact us by email at email@example.com.
Reparations – Pros & Cons Part III
June 17, 2021 Recording
“The Gathering” Celebrating Our Youth
Our annual celebration of youth demonstrating good character, good will, and peace making in their schools, homes, and communities.
Thank you to all of our patrons and sponsors supporting The Gathering 2021.
Board of Directors
|Curtis Louise Paradise
|Robert E. Wells Jr.
|Johnnie Anthony||Jeffry Couch||Janet Greenlee|
|Jeff Bair||Pamela Dorsey||Raymond Paradise|
|Zach Bair||Cheryl Gray||Yolandea Wood|
|* Student rep|