Founded in 2000, ERACCE exists to eliminate structural racism and create a network of equitable Antiracist institutions and communities.

Training & Education:

ERACCE is dedicated to organizing and facilitating antiracism workshops, providing mentoring, and transferring knowledge to individuals and institutions interested in resisting and dismantling structural racism and other forms of oppression. ERACCE creates conditions in which individuals understand, integrate, and act upon antiracist history, language, analysis, and practice, and engage in processes of transformative work within their institution(s).

Organizing & Networking:

ERACCE cultivates the connections and conditions by which individuals discover their self-interest in antiracism work. These interested individuals are supported in becoming impassioned intermediators within their institutions. ERACCE partners with these individuals to build invested institutions that commit the resources and mandate necessary for their institution to claim and live into an antiracist identity.

Consulting & Technical Assistance:

ERACCE provides antiracism training and organizing technology, capacity building, critically culturally competent data analysis services, and leadership development resources to individuals and institutions interested in addressing systemic racism.

2348 Ring Road, Portage, Kalamazoo County, MI, United States
Primary Contact: Fernando Ospina
Phone: 269-389-9956

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Non Profit Status: 501(c)(3)
Currently Accepting Volunteers?: No

Related Categories: Adults, Advocacy & Activism, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion