Each year the Community Race
Relations Coalition sponsors a number
of educational and social events with the objectives
of bringing people together to get to know one another,
to share our experiences and ideas about working toward equality, and to celebrate
and learn about all the ethnic and racial richness in our community.
The CRRC is known in central Texas for our "Dinner and a Movie" events, informative and enriching Quarterly Meetings (to which the public is invited), and many more events co-sponsored with other community activists and groups.
To find out what's on the CRRC Calendar, check back here
often, or contact Jo Welter at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (254) 717-7903.
Raising children is a multi-faceted challenge today, but for the parents of Black children it can be uniquely stressful and painful. On Tuesday, March 30th, CRRC Waco hosted a Zoom Webinar entitled "Black Parenting: Its Unique Concerns." If you were not able to attend, want to re-view the webinar, or share this with friends who did not attend, click this link.
Waco, TX (Feb. 9, 2021) - The City Council of Waco has recommended an assistant chief from the Houston Police Department Sheryl Victorian, as Waco's next police chief, giving the city its first female and first Black police chief! Read the whole story in the Waco Tribune-Herald here.
On Tuesday, January 19th, the CRRC hosted a webinar entitled "Disparities in Healthcare in Our Community," addressing the social, financial, and health impacts of inadequate healthcare in the black and Hispanic communities in and around Waco. In case you were unable to attend, or if you want to relive the webinar or share this with friends who did not attend, click this link.
If you would like to know more about CRRC's community projects, activities, or find out how to become a member, click HERE.