Who We Are

Engaging in creative ways and means of bringing all people together in the pursuit of racial justice, healing, and unity.

Mission

To engage in creative ways and means of bringing all people together in the pursuit of racial justice, healing, and unity.

Vision

A world where people regardless of race, color, religion, or creed appreciate and recognize each other as members of one human family.

Goal

To develop a coherent model of social discourse, social action, and community building that accelerates the generation of grass roots engagement.

Actions

To encourage a growing community of individuals to become partners in racial justice.  

To encourage our partners to view the intentional creation of cross racial relationships as the cycle-breaking work of our times.  

To encourage and create safe, loving spaces celebrating diversity of cultures uplifting all people.

Our Initiatives

PRJ has made great strides within the South Florida focus area within a very short period of time in alignment with our mission. The results of recent activities further confirms our view that programs focused on the vital issues of racial justice and unity are an effective portal by which people of all races can be drawn into social discourse and action, and ultimately become protagonists in a sustained community building process.

We organize and promote a variety of community-centric collaborative initiatives at no cost to our attendees. Many of the upcoming events are listed below. 

PRJ’s virtual spaces, first and foremost, are safe, respectful places where groups of diverse peoples bring our unique talents and capacities, raising up a growing community of individuals, each striving to contribute to the realization of oneness which requires the elimination of all forms of prejudice and the establishment of justice for all.

 

Racial Healing-Justice-Unity Series (RHJU)

Topic: “A Conversation with Dr. Robert C. Henderson” Dr. Henderson is an elected member of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’í’s...

L. Gregory Fireside Chat Series

Fireside Chats are hosted by Dr. Charles Bullock and Tangela Stanley. This dynamic and interactive space, where the teachings of the Baha’i...

Black & Indigenous Led Prayer Circle and Meditation

An uplifting devotional space created and led by Black and Indigenous individuals. The Baha’i Writings proclaim special spiritual designations for each of...

Spirit of Blackness

Topic: Mental Illness in the Black Community Spirit of Blackness is a virtual space where Black folks come together to connect, deepen,...

L. Gregory Fireside Chat Series

Topic: “Black Vision: The Baha’i Faith and African American Community Building” with special guest, Derik Smith Historically speaking, African American culture has...

Oneness Chat Race Amity Welcome Series

Topic: “Has the Mass Incarceration of Black Men Become the New Jim Crow?” – Part 3 This engaging series consists initially of...

Board of Directors

Sue Ballew St. Clair
Charles Bullock, PhD
Mary Susan Carlson, M.D.
Dwayne Rayner
David Hoffman
Derik Smith
Steve Sarowitz
Dr. Rachida Faid
Cherlynn Stevens
Michael Orona
Sue Ballew St. Clair
Charles Bullock, PhD
Mary Susan Carlson, M.D.
Dwayne Rayner
David Hoffman
Derik Smith
Steve Sarowitz
Dr. Rachida Faid
Cherlynn Stevens
Michael Orona