Who We Work With


We are facilitators of individual and group transformation. We work with people who:

  • * understand the value of human diversity and want to tap the potential and power in cross-racial relationships

  • * are anxious to move beyond basic level diversity training and develop powerful strategies for creating authentic racial healing

  • * are tired of ineffective strategies for addressing racial conflict and ready to implement new initiatives to create unity

  • * are longing to free themselves from racial conditioning, open to self-reflection, and willing to experiment with new behaviors

  • * want to build trusting cross-cultural relationships and are open to new approaches that involve tapping their higher or spiritual selves

  • * see themselves as conscious and aware of racial issues but frequently feel ineffective or shut down in interactions

The Race Story ReWrite Project primarily addresses itself to the hopes and challenges of Blacks and Whites.  Our intention for having this focus is not to dismiss or minimize other diversity issues; we understand that race is not the only problem that needs to be addressed and that separation between Black and White is not the only dynamic of race.  Yet at present the members of our team are Black and White and our expertise is in addressing matters related to their concerns. Maintaining this particular emphasis brings credibility to our presentations and provides greater impact and substance for our workshop participants.
 
Because the principles we promote have relevance for creating healing between any groups that have been in a historically dominant/subordinate relationship, we work with people of all cultures and ethnicities who are committed to racial healing and willing to explore new solutions from a spiritual or higher-self perspective. However our workshops are particularly effective for groups that are Black/White, for those who work to build bridges between Blacks and Whites,  and for more diverse groups that are open to using the Black/White model to address their specific needs.

Past Clients and Sponsors


Albemarle Corporation, Orangeburg SC

African American Heritage Museum, Chattanooga TN

Ameritech, Downers Grove IL

Amoco Chemicals, Wando SC

Anti-Racism Coalition, Gainesville FL

Austin Peah University, Political Science Dept., Clarksville TN

Authenticity Institute, Eliot ME

Baldwin County Public Schools, Bay Minette AL

Black Family Land Trust, Greer SC

Boys and Girls Club, Carriere MS

Carter Center, Atlanta GA

Catalyst Search, Denver CO

Catholic University, Washington DC

Clark Community College, Vancouver WA

Center for Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta GA

Center for Multicultural Communities, Chicago Heights IL

Columbia Airport, West Columbia SC

Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries, Boston MA

Department of Commerce, Columbia SC

Department of Public Safety, Columbia SC

DePaul University School for New Learning, Chicago IL

Dickenson College, Psychology Dept., Carlisle PA

Franklin & Marshall College, Psychology Dept., Lancaster PA

Fort Hays State University, Hays KS

Gaines/Oldham Black Cultural Center, University of Missouri, Columbia MO

Girard College, Philadelphia PA

Haywood Community College, Clyde NC

Harmonious Solutions Counseling, San Diego CA

H.U.D. in partnership with Spelman College, Atlanta GA

Illinois State University, Watterson Unity, Normal IL

Interracial Women’s Friendship Group, Paducah KY

Kendal Crosslands, Kennett Square PA

Lake City Office of the Mayor/City Council, Lake City SC

Latah Human Rights Task Force, Moscow ID

Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston SC

Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion, Detroit MI

Michigan State University, African American History Dept., Lansing MI

NAACP Ozaukee Branch, Thiensville WI

Naples School District, Naples FL

National Black Herstory Conference, Emory University, Atlanta GA

National Center for Race Amity at Wheelock College, Boston MA

National Multicultural Institute, Washington DC

National Resource Center for the Healing of Racism, Battle Creek MI

Newberry College, Newberry SC

Palmetto Project, Charleston SC

Rechtman Consulting, Atlanta GA

Scana Corporation, Columbia SC

South Carolina Department of Education, Columbia SC

Taco Bell, Columbia SC

Taylorsville Elementary School, Taylorsville NC

United Religions Initiative Peace Academy, Hendersonville NC

University of Arkansas - Little Rock, Chancellor’s Committee on Race and Ethnicity, Little Rock AR

University of Arkansas - Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff AR

University of Chicago, Divinity Student Assoc., Chicago IL

University of South Carolina - Spartanburg, Spartanburg SC

University of Tennessee - Chattanooga, Chattanooga TN

University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, Counseling Dept., Whitewater WI

Unitarian Universalist Church, San Diego CA

United States Army, Fort Jackson SC

YWCA Clark County, Vancouver WA

YWCA National Capital Area, Washington DC

White Privilege Conference, Minneapolis MN

Wisconsin Community Mental Health, Whitewater WI