Programs and Classes
A space where both BIPoC folk and White allies can come together and enjoy a great meal, engage in good conversation, build understanding and trust and strengthen our community on the last Sunday of every month During COVID-19 this will be held virtually. Plans to meet physically dependent on state health guidelines.
Read it & Eat it programming happens in three tracks. BIPoC children only, Ally children only and an affinity group where all children of all shades come together. The Read It and Eat It program structure is to read a book that inspires organic conversation among children with minimal leading from adults, while we cook a food item inspired by the book.
This alliship program is still under construction and will be offered in segments over the course of a year. This course covers how to open dialog, calling out and working on our own privilege and prejudice as well as dismantling the current power structure from within ourselves. There is a total of 10 consecutive classes. Course 1: A Safe Space in a Broken System
From discussion groups covering a variety of books and topics to yoga and meditation, Safe Spaces will be holding several groups to discuss books, life and find your center, connect with others and so much more...stay up to date by checking our community calendar frequently to find a group that fits you! Have an idea for a group email us at
Jol [jawl] is a widely-used term for ‘club’, ‘party’ or to ‘have fun’ in South Africa. Indaba [in-daa-bah] A conference or expo, from the Zulu word for ‘a matter for discussion’.
A space for fun and community building. Ages 9-19. Our BIPoC youth will be building and determining what they want out of THEIR social club. YOU HAVE A VOICE. YOU MATTER!!