Communities of color have faced a range of severe injustices since the founding of the United States: systematic slavery, discrimination in housing, education, employment, and owning property. Communities of color have been targeted by national policies that made it harder for them to become self sufficient, as well as underlying bias, which often prevents meaningful and sustained partnership in a wide range of business and community activities.

Kingdom Mission Society has ongoing work addressing educational inequity, best practices in community relations (including relations with law enforcement), reforms related to young people of color, workplace mediation, historical memory, voting laws, and training on how to enable organizational diversity.

Please contact us to host a workshop or to discuss other program areas.