"Justice Matters Institute defines a socially just society as one in which every group has a voice, every culture is respected, and every individual has equal access to resources and means of communication."
"Racism is the single most critical barrier to building effective coalitions for social change. Racism has been consciously and systematically erected, and it can be undone only if people understand what it is, where it comes from, how it functions, and why it is perpetuated."
"The Institute has worked with hundreds of organizations in the United States and abroad, serving approximately 75,000 people. In its twenty three years of operation, numerous groups credit the Undoing Racismô Workshop process as a springboard for much needed re-evaluation and subsequent growth."
Describes the workings of "a powerful and personally transforming two-day workshop designed to help teachers, parents and administrators consider the implications of racism, exclusion and prejudice on student learning."