Moms Talk Justice is a judgment-free-zone where we share our questions and experiences to discuss issues of race and justice. We endeavor to learn from each other in an environment of mutual respect and increasing understanding.

Our hope is that by sharing our stories, we can experience each other as individuals and not as a race, stereotype, or news article.

Why “TALK”?

  • The talk – it’s the conversation black moms have with their sons. (check this out)
  • It’s the way we communicate with each other.
  • We will provide opportunities to hear, not just read, each other’s voices. The goal is to build bridges through stories. Bridges to increase understanding. Bridges to connect different cultures. Bridges to take us from comfortable complacency to empowerment and empathy.
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Memorial to Peace and Justice


George Santayana, philosopher and writer, is the first credited with saying: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to

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Confronting Racism with Small Great Things


“They’re not like us. They’re more animal than human.” I sat on the floor, playing Barbies on a shag carpet

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Freedom? Are we really living in the Land of the Free?


“Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.” – Abraham Lincoln, letter to H.L. Pierce, Apr. 6,

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