|Continuing The Conversation
To celebrate Jacksonville’s Bicentennial this year, 904WARD has been helping the community host 200 conversations.
“How You Can Create An End To Racism So That Everyone Can Thrive ... Without The Pain Of Increasing Violence"
Continuing The Conversation
To celebrate Jacksonville’s Bicentennial this year, 904WARD has been helping the community host 200 Conversations.
As we move into 2023, we want to Continue the Conversation, and to do so, we need your help! Make your donation today to keep the conversations going in our community.
Thanks to the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, online donations made this November will be doubled, and gifts made on Giving Day - November 29th – will be TRIPLED!
Thank you for your continued support of 904WARD, and for Continuing the Conversation!
- Dr. Kimberly Allen
How 904WARD Continues the Conversation
The Race Cards
The goal of the Race Cards is to facilitate honest, authentic discussion around race in a way that is accessible to everyone.
Race In Retrospect
An 8-part series looking back at decades of disparities and failed efforts to address them.
The Jacksonville Community Remembrance Project
Duval County has seven documented lynchings; the Jacksonville Community Remembrance Project is working to add detail and additional information to what is currently known about them and identifying living descendants of the victims.