I love the idea of spheres of influence, especially as a springboard to find ways to act to resist racism. It is easy to think we are powerless to be change agents but even a small change can create a ripple that builds on the work of others.
-Workshop participant Ann Faulkner

I am a retired social studies teacher who taught the subject as means of understanding ourselves as human beings.  I see Healing Racism in Anchorage as a vehicle to continue teaching, a path for personal growth, and a way to confront the pain of racism in my life.  
-HRA Instructor Dennis Arashiro

We thank our supporters!  
Healing Racism in Anchorage as a nonprofit 501(c) (3) corporation, depends on donations of time, expertise, supplies, meeting space, and money from individuals and organizations. 

Afognak Native Corporation,
Alaska Humanities Forum,
Alaska Native Heritage Center,
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, 
Alaska State Council on the Arts,
Aleut Corporation,
Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, 
Anchorage Daily News,
Anchorage Education Association (AEA),
Anchorage Equal Rights Commission,
Anchorage Museum,
Anchorage School District,
Anchorage Unitarian Fellowship,
AT&T Alascom,

Aurora Coffee/Caffe d'Arte,
Bahá’ís of Alaska,
Brandy Niclai,
The CIRI Foundation,
Chugach Alaska Corporation,
Chugach Electric,
Cook Inlet Tribal Council,
Doyon Drilling,
Eklutna, Inc.,
Great Harvest Bread Company,
Holland America,
Interfaith Council of Anchorage,
Irene Rowan,
Kaladi Brothers,
KNBA 90.3 FM Radio,
Metro Music and Book,
Municipal Light and Power,
Municipality of Anchorage (Mayor's Office),
Placer Dome/Donlin Creek Joint Venture,
Portfolio/Classic Woman,
Sacks Café and Restaurant,
Sam Kito,
Soroptimists International of Cook Inlet,
Wachovia Securities,
Wells Fargo,
University of Alaska Anchorage,
YWCA of Anchorage
Current and past sponsors include:
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