Will You Join us in Advancing Equity?
For three years, A Better Glynn has worked tirelessly in our community to effect change. We have hosted several sessions to discuss social justice policies, history, and present-day implications of policies and community outcomes. We asked:
As a result, we put together an initiative called Equitable Experiences.
Equitable Experiences was launched to dive deeper into social issues and facilitate dialogue to identify shared solutions.
Join us in curated experiences that include information sessions, events, watch parties, and book clubs to illuminate opportunities to create a thriving and equitable Glynn County.
The ABG Reads series offers a space for individuals and communities to come together and explore the important and difficult topic of slavery and its lasting legacy. Through these conversations, we hope to create a more equitable and just society.
1619 Watch Party: Collaboration with Coastal College of Georgia
In partnership with the Coastal College of Georgia's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programming, A Better Glynn hosted a viewing of the Hulu docuseries of the 1619 Project by Hannah Nicole Jones. After each episode, we discussed the themes presented and localized the issues, using data and approaches to help resolve them in Glynn County.