Quincy4Justice is an antiracist group of three entities (Eastern Nazarene College's Black Student Union, Bethel Church of the Nazarene, and Unified Gospel Ministries Inc) collaborating together to end systemic racism in Quincy (locally), in MA (statewide), and in the USA (nationally). We believe in dismantling systems of oppression relating to race, immigration status, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomics status, and ability. We believe mobilization of the people is the key to change.
We work in coordination with Quincy for Transformative Change,
a social justice incubator organization working to bring together people in the Quincy area who want to change the world for the better, starting with our own community.
To stay connected to us and participate in coordinated efforts to address structural inequality in Quincy, please sign up for the Quincy for Transformative Change mailing list
and join the Facebook group
. Through this organization we are creating accountability and coordinating our efforts into anti-racism task forces in order to have a larger impact on local issues like police accountability, education, environmental racism, housing justice, healthcare, and homelessness.
Are you new to the anti-racism movement and looking for more education?
We will be offering additional training on topics like: The Language of the Movement, Ally vs. Accomplice, Social Justice: What is the Christian Response?, White Fragility, and more. Follow us on Facebook to stay connected to these training opportunities.