An online awareness event and fundraiser to benefit ACE MV’s community programming
ACE MV’s 1-Day University on Social Justice, held on November 18, was a great success! Many thanks to our inspiring speakers, to all who participated, and of course, a special thanks to everyone who donated!
In case you missed it, videos of each hour are posted below!
This dynamic event featured lectures, discussions and live interviews with six New England community leaders and experts on topics of social and racial justice, grassroots leadership, Martin Luther King Jr., immigrant support, poverty and finances, Wampanoag priorities, and more.
Inspiring and relevant to our times, these conversations move our work forward to create vibrant communities on Martha’s Vineyard and beyond.
WANT TO BE AN ACTIVIST? BUILD YOUR CAREER IN A NONPROFIT
Nancy Hoffman, Vice President and Senior Advisor, Jobs For The Future (JFF)
IMMIGRANT RIGHTS: DIGNITY FOR ALL ON THE JOB
Tom Smith, Executive Director, Justice at Work
Lenita Reason, Safety & Health Coordinator, Brazilian Worker Center
STOP ROMANTICIZING MARTIN LUTHER KING JR’S DREAM
Reverend Will Mebane, Rector, St. Barnabas Memorial Episcopal
THE WORKING CITIES CHALLENGE: CHANGING SYSTEMS
Richard Walker, VP, Federal Reserve Bank, Boston
ISSUES OF RACE, DIVERSITY & OPPRESSION
Josh Dodds, Asst Director/Student Organizations, UMass Amherst
INDIGENOUS CULTURE: WAMPANOAG PRIORITIES
Juli Vanderhoop, Tribal Member & Aquinnah Selectman
1-DAY UNIVERSITY ON SOCIAL JUSTICE
Sponsor: ACE MV, Adult & Continuing Education of Martha’s Vineyard
Open to: everyone, anywhere
When: Wednesday November 18, from 10am-4pm
Where: Online via Zoom
Price: free; donations are strongly encouraged. Adults: $25-150. Students: $5-10. Or any amount, all support is welcome!
ACE MV is a 501(c)(3) private nonprofit, EIN 26-3371336
Your donation supports community education, workforce development, and the residents of Martha’s Vineyard.