Is there a fee to host a conversation?
What is the time commitment? How long will the conversation last?
What happens at the conversation?
Do I need to bring anything to
Can I go to a conversation close to where I live or in another part of the city?
You are welcome to choose to attend a conversation close to where you live or in another part of the city. It’s completely up to you. If you’d like to have a conversation with those in your immediate geographic vicinity or with those in a completely
Who will be a part of the conversation?
How can I become a participant?
Who will see my information when I sign up?
Will transportation be provided?
No, participants must provide their own transportation to and from the conversations.
Will conversations locations provide a reasonable accommodation for mobility limitation(s)?
We highly encourage all conversation locations provide reasonable accommodations for mobility limitation(s).
If hosting a conversation, will food and refreshments by covered by embRACE LA?
What’s the timeline to host a conversation?
Join us as we break bread, share stories and engage in honest, and difficult conversations about race and how we can help change inequities in our personal lives and on a policy level.
Is there a fee to host a conversation?
Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network
Boyle Heights Arts Conservatory
Echo Park Film Center
Self Help Graphics
St. Elmo's Village
Healing Dialogue and Action
The Help Group
Economic/Workforce and Community Development
All People's Community Center
Alliance for Community Empowerment
Coalition for Responsible Community Development
Community Build Inc.
East LA Community Corporation (ELACC)
El Nido Family Center
Korean Resource Center
Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance
Strategic Actions For A Just Economy (SAJE)
The Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy
The Village Family Services
Communities for Better Environment
Friends of the LA River
Hollywood Beautification Team
Los Angeles Conservation Corps
The River Project
Trust for Public Land
Clergy & Laity United for Economic Justice
Council of American-Islamic Relations Los Angeles
Islamic Center of Southern California
Masjid Bilal Islamic Center
Muslim Anti Racism Collaborative Southern California
National Council of Jewish Women Los Angeles
Gender and Sexuality Justice
Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking
Essie Justice Coalition
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Mar Vista Family Center
SFV LGBT Community Center
Black Women for Wellness
Clinica Monsenor Oscar A. Romero
Project Angel Food
Roots & Wings
Valley Community Health Care
Housing and Houselessness
Downtown Women's Center
Hope of the Valley
L.A. Human Right to Housing Collective
Los Angeles Community Action Network
The Giving Keys
Venice Community Housing Corporation
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Central American Resource Center
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights Los Angeles
Indigenous and Native American
California Native Vote Project
Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians
Native Americans In Philanthropy
Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous Peoples
United American Indian Involvement (UAII)
Racial and Class Justice
California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ)
Coalition for Economic Survival
Dignity and Power Now!
Inner City Struggle
Korean American Coalition
Labor/ Community Strategy Center
Los Angeles Black Workers Center
Salvadoran American Leadership and Educational Fund
Social Justice Learning Institute
Strategic Concepts in Organizing Policy and Education (SCOPE)
Truth Racial Healing Transformation LA
Watts Labor Community Action Center
Watts/Century Latino Organization
System Impacted Justice and Reentry
A New Way of Life
Anti Recidivism Coalition
Champions in Service
Watts Gang Task Force
Women Against Gun Violence
Youth/Family and Education
East Side Riders
Facing History and Ourselves
Girls and Boys Club of the Los Angeles Harbor
Girls Today Women Tomorrow
Hands 4 Hope
Koreatown Youth + Community Center
Toberman Settlement House
Youth Justice Coalition