Our video and action group series continues!
Thursday, April 12,  2018
at The Jones Library at 7:00PM

We will show a feature film followed by a brief discussion.  We are still working on getting permission to present  films we have selected.

Our action, working groups, will not meet during the 2-hour film series time.  For those who are interested, the working groups will schedule meetings at other times based on the availability of those who are interested.  Please follow the link below for contact info.



* Climate Change-Racism Connections
* Schools Initiative
* Legislative Initiative
* Support for individual actions and conversations

For more information please see: Join One of the Current Coming Together Action Projects


“Coming Together” is a project for the greater Amherst, MA area to engage the community to talk about race, better understand each other, stand against racism, and build a healthier community.

How much racism is there in the Amherst area?
“Not much”, say many white people.  “I experience it all the time”, say many people of color.  Racism can be hard to see when you are white.

Painful realities, but not about blame or guilt
Although there are painful realities that must be faced in understanding contemporary racism, this project is not built around blame or guilt.  It is designed to engage people of good will of all racial identities in getting more connected with each other to create a community with more equitable access, participation, outcomes, and understanding.  (We do suggest that most white people have more to learn about contemporary racism.)

Who is this for?
Everyone in and around Amherst, MA, of all racial backgrounds, is invited to embark on this exploration together.  Use this site to: