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An update from 904ward

If you are receiving this email, it’s because you have attended a 904ward event, volunteered, participated in the Jacksonville Community Remembrance Project, or are otherwise connected with this movement for racial justice in Jacksonville and let us know that you wanted to receive updates.

Standing for racial equity and amplifying the 904WARD movement

Some of you may remember when 904WARD started. There was no organization, no name, no email list, just a diverse group of friends who came together to talk openly, challenge and support each other, and take action together to build a more inclusive Jacksonville. Over a lunch table, we grieved the unjust deaths of Black …

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904WARD Statement in Support of Renaming Schools

“A better way to acknowledge and grapple with our history is not to cling to these particularnames, but to ask ourselves: What aspects of our community’s history do we most wantcelebrated? What messages do we want to send to our students about the aspects of ourhistory our community holds most dear?” — Dr. Kimberly Allen, …

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Race Cards Conversation Replay

Race Cards Conversation Replay Available Jacksonville City Councilwoman Brenda Priestly-Jackson, OneJax’s Nancy Broner, School Board Member Darryl Willie and members of 904ward’s Board of Directors for a facilitated conversation. The panelists will participate in an abbreviated Race Cards conversation, followed by breakout sessions that will give participants the chance for a facilitated discussion in smaller …

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