Bridging the Color Divide engages in community-building activities, such as roundtable discussions, public meetings, conferences, and educational programs. We encourage community members to become more active and informed about gentrification, re-zoning, gerrymandering, and loss of historic neighborhoods.


Bridging the Color Divide participates in educational panels and programs; attends and presents papers at national conferences; meets with schools to help provide books for classes and libraries; organizes educational essay-writing contests for elementary and high school students; teaches Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), as well as anti-racism seminars for schools and organizations; participates in public events to promote a socio-cultural understanding of structural racism.

We encourage everyone to make their voice heard by voting in all elections.  For information on candidates, contact the League of Women Voters in your state/county.