Programs Supported by the CRRC
"Courageous Conversations on Racism" workshops
Model of Unity Awards
Support of MLK Commemorative Birthday Luncheon with Baylor University
WACO CULTURAL ARTS FEST
The Waco Cultural Arts Festival is an award-winning festival designed to introduce children from all walks of life to the world of the visual arts, music, dance, and more. Over 18,000 visit this festival each year. Click here to visit the Waco Cultural Arts Fest website.
There are many great programs in the Waco area and beyond that
we support with our time, talents, and treasures. We encourage you to
become familiar with and support these as well.
The Community Race Relations Coalition is involved with many additional programs and activities. Just a few include the following:
"DINNER AND A MOVIE" DISCUSSIONS
Three or four times a year, The Community Race Relations Coalition hosts "Dinner and
a Movie" in the St. Alban’s Episcopal Church parish hall, 305 N. 30th Street at West Waco Drive in Waco. The films chosen for these events are intended to bring McLennan County residents from all backgrounds, education levels, and social outlooks together for positive discussions about how individual citizens can work together for unity, progress, and advancement for everyone.
CRRC QUARTERLY MEETINGS
The Community Race Relations Coalition holds open meetings four times a year. They are open to the public, and feature panel discussions, speakers, and other programs of general interest to the CRRC membership and the public at large. Check our What's NEW! page for upcoming Quarterly Meeting schedule.
CELEBRATION OF CULTURES
At least once yearly, the CRRC invites members and non-members to get to know fellow citizens to get to know their neighbors with interesting ethnic and national backgrounds. Past meetings have featured up-close-and-personal conversations with people from Iran, Polynesia, South America, the Near East, Vietnam, and other exciting places. Check our What's NEW! page for upcoming Celebrations of Cultures.
For some thoughts
on how you can make daily decisions to fight inequality and injustice, click here!