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Breaking the Silence

“Breaking the Silence” Town Hall on Girls and Women of Color: Corajus was a proud partner of Breaking the Silence, a town hall on women ...

Liberation Through Leading Cross-Racial Teams

“Liberation Through Leading Cross-Racial Teams:” Internalized oppression is the means by which all of us hold on to, cosign, and re-enact our unresolved identity ...

Local Initiatives Services Corp

Corajus leads the public stakeholder engagement process in order to establish shared priorities and an agenda for a 3-year pilot to develop an economic development ...

Philadelphia Assembled

Philadelphia Assembled: In a year-long pop-up series of teach-ins on gentrification, Philadelphia residents shared their experiences of gentrification and learned about some of its ...

Political Legacies of Philadelphia:

This workshop makes historical connections to the current Philadelphia landscape with the administrations of Rizzo, Goode, Street, Nutter, and others. Specifically highlighting the impact of these ...

Race, Class & Classroom

“Race, Class & Classroom:” Every child and their family deserve equitable opportunities to learn and live well. But it’s critical to remember that education ...

Race, Space and Opportunity

“Race, Space and Opportunity:” This workshop explores how racialized messaging is embedded in urban planning.  Whose stories are marginalized in American narratives? How is ...

Village of Arts & Humanities

Village of Arts & Humanities: The Living Room Series is a popular-education workshop hosted in the neighborhood homes of adult residents in a disinvested ...

What Happened to My Hood? Gentrification & Displacement in Philadelphia

“What Happened to My Hood? Gentrification & Displacement in Philadelphia:” These questions introduce the workshop that tells the story of Philadelphia neighborhoods and the ...