What We Do

Confronting Racist Profiling Presentations

Confronting Racist Profiling: Creating Safer, More Welcoming Neighborhoods is a 1- hour presentation given by one person of color and one white person. Learn how our conditioned racist beliefs undermine public safety efforts and drive profiling that brings devastating harm to our neighbors of color, especially those who are Black. The presentation includes personal storytelling and actions to confront racist profiling in your community. The content was created by N4RJ under the guidance of a Black, women-led council. Download our virtual postcard.  Contact us to discuss a presentation to your community group or organization.

Black Lives Matter Vigil

On Saturdays, from Noon to 1 pm, we gather at the corner of MacArthur Blvd. and Fruitvale Ave. in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Join us. 

Transforming White Privilege Workshops

This is a workshop series for white women in the East Bay. We examine the culture of white supremacy, white fragility, and white space as we learn to interrupt the harmful effects of racism. We invite you to explore with us our understanding of white privilege and racism. If you would like to be notified of upcoming workshop, please email us

Cracking the Codes Film Screenings

We have held two free screenings of the World Trust film, Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequity. This powerful film is designed to facilitate dialogue about race and racism. Learn more at World-Trust.org