Rhode Island for Community and Justice understands discrimination, and fights against it

YOUTH MOVEMENT: From left, Chelcie Speaks and Michelle St. Onge are regular participants in Rhode Island for Community and Justice’s multiple youth programs that promote community empowerment. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOR COMMUNITY AND JUSTICE
YOUTH MOVEMENT: From left, Chelcie Speaks and Michelle St. Onge are regular participants in Rhode Island for Community and Justice’s multiple youth programs that promote community empowerment. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOR COMMUNITY AND JUSTICE
PBN DIVERSITY & INCLUSIONS 2020 AWARDS Education: Rhode Island for Community and Justice FOR ROSE ALBERT and many others at Rhode Island for Community and Justice, 2020 has been a year of growth, a year of challenge and a year when new subsets of people in American society – and the world – came to…

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