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The fight against prejudice is a cooperative process.  The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities works with like-minded organizations to maximize our efforts towards inclusion and respect, striving to meet the ever-changing needs of localities across the Commonwealth.

 

PROGRAMS

 

VCIC facilitates many community programs.
Recent and upcoming o
pportunities include:

In partnership with HandsOn Greater Richmond and the University of Richmond’s Bonner Center for Civic Engagement, VCIC sponsors a film screening and dialogue each January in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This family-friendly event honors Dr. King’s significant legacy while exploring how to apply his message to the present day.

2019 information will be added once available.

Since 1998, VCIC has co-sponsored this program with the Center for the Study of Religious Freedom at Virginia Wesleyan University. A nexus is a point of connection, and this series focuses on connecting people of all faiths (or no faith) through open and respectful dialogue.

Learn more about the NEXUS Interfaith Dialogue Series

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The RVA Table Talk series creates opportunities for community members to engage in challenging conversations about diversity and inclusion. Each session focuses on a specific topic, and participants have the opportunity to share stories, perspectives, and ideas regarding issues facing the community.

Session #1: POSTPONED TBA at 5:30pm (original – Oct 30 at Temple Beth-El)

Learn more about RVA Table Talk and see the full calendar

Thank you to Altria Group for sponsoring the 2018-2019 RVA Table Talk series!

In response to increasing bias, bigotry, and divisive rhetoric, “Standing Together” is an initiative to bring diverse groups in Hampton Roads and Richmond together to speak out and stand with religious and ethnic groups who are marginalized.

Learn more about Standing Together RVA

Learn more about Standing Together Hampton Roads

VCIC partners with Initiatives of Change to facilitate “Unpacking the 2010 Census: The New Realities of Race, Class, and Jurisdiction.” The program features research from Dr. John V. Moeser.  Alongside the “Unpacking the Census” public education program, the City of Richmond launched an Anti-Poverty Commission that evolved to become the Office of Community Wealth Building.

Learn more about Unpacking the Census.

The Virginia Inclusion Summit will bring together higher education students and administrators, workplace professionals, and government employees for a day of learning, sharing, and connecting. The program will include dynamic keynote speakers and interactive breakout sessions, along with opportunities to network across sectors.

Learn more about the Virginia Inclusion Summit

 

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