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

Masud Olufani

Join multimedia artist, Masud Olufani in his studio as he explores the role of art as a mechanism for activism. During this session, Masud will also be sharing a monologue by the enslaved African American artist, Dave drake.

Racial Justice Devotional

An uplifting, virtual, 30-minute racial justice-focused devotional consisting of prayers, readings and video content, celebrating the vision of the oneness of mankind. Each devotional is followed by a conversation led by individuals dedicated to fostering cross-racial friendships – an essential step toward the elimination of racism. This is a safe, loving space to share and […]

Michael O’Neal

Michael O’Neal is a founder of Parent University and now serves as the Executive Director of Community United Services Inc., which is the entity that manages the Parent University program. O’Neal has been the chief steward of this grass roots community-based program since its inception in Savannah in 1999. Currently Michael is facilitating Parent University […]

Racial Justice Devotional & Conversation

An uplifting, virtual, 30-minute racial justice-focused devotional consisting of prayers, readings and video content, celebrating the vision of the oneness of mankind. Each devotional is followed by a conversation led by individuals dedicated to fostering cross-racial friendships - an essential step toward the elimination of racism. This is a safe, loving space to share and […]

Kevin Locke – Indigenous Land Acknowledgment Centered on Spiritual Reality

Please Join Native American flute, a traditional storyteller, cultural ambassador, recording artist and educator, Kevin Locke as he shares an alternative Indigenous Land Acknowledgment Centered on Spiritual Reality that Patricia Locke Foundation developed, and he authored. The Patricia Locke Foundation's vision is to promote a just, regenerative and unified world, centered on Indigenous wisdom, which […]

Sam Kirk – Youth About Business: Leveling the Playing Field

Samuel E. Kirk is founder and president of Creating an Environment of Success(CES), a federally registered 501©3, and executive director of Youth About Business, a youth leadership development organization that specializes in preparing diverse talent for corporate America. Through it’s summer camp and school-year programming, Youth About Business has reached over 9,000 young people, helping […]

Racial Justice Devotional & Conversation: The Role of Music and the Media on Racial Justice

Join us for an uplifting, virtual, 30-minute racial justice-focused devotional consisting of prayers, readings and video content, celebrating the vision of the oneness of mankind. This is a safe, loving space to share and learn about our common humanity. The destiny of mankind is the realization of our collective oneness. Our question then is: “How […]

Tschika McBean

This session we will explore the relationship between the pursuit of justice and personal sacrifice. The teachings of the Baha’i Faith describes justice as the best beloved of all things, an incomparable light that establishes order in the world and promotes tranquility. However, the establishment of justice requires volition and action, which in many instances […]

Beach Institute | Preserving Savannah’s African-American History

A conversation Jonathan Winbush, CEO of The Beach Institute African-American Cultural Center Gallery & Museum on its historical and present significance. The Beach Institute is Savannah’s first school built after Emancipation specifically for African Americans. As a cultural center, the Beach Institute collects, interprets, preserves and presents African American history and culture through exhibits and artistic […]

Pastor Elijah White | Gospel singing & Geechee-Gullah tradition

Pastor Elijah White is an ordained minister. He was born and raised in Ridgeland SC in a beautiful, close knit, and friendly community called Cherry Hill. He comes from a large family of talented people known for cooking and singing and just being nice. He played sports as a child and grew food on his […]

Marquice L. Williams and Yusuf Major: “Savannah Artists Impacting Individuals Across Georgia”

Marquice L. Williams is best known for his live performances where he infuses spoken word poetry, catchy melodies, and lyrical hip hop. He has performed and facilitated creative sessions focused in spoken word pedagogy for festivals, colleges, educators, religious organizations, arts organizations and more. Yusuf Major Also known as God Imaj, is an entrepreneur and […]