Undoing Racism™/Community Organizing led by The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond.

Thank you to all the people who attended Undoing Racism/Community Organizing Workshops in 2019 (in February, May, and June--over 100 participants, volunteers, alumni and trainers!). Together we are organizing to undo racism and build equitable, just, and strong communities.

In addition to the workshops listed below, Elm City-UROC is also supporting local groups to organize additional workshops in the Greater New Haven area.  We will post more information as it becomes available.  

2019 Workshops

September 12-14, Thursday-Saturday

Thursday 9am-5pm; Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday 10am-2pm

New London location to be announced.

More information here.

Flyer here.

Application here.


October 18-20, Friday-Sunday

Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday 9am-5pm; Sunday 1pm-5pm

First Congregational Church of Madison

26 Meetinghouse Lane

Madison, CT 06443


More information here.

Flyer here.

Application here.


The October 18-20 workshop is being organized by CT Shoreline-UROC.

Questions/More Information: or

Merrie Harrison ( or 203-215-9689)


November 8-10, Friday-Sunday

Friday 9am-5pm; Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 10am-2pm

New Haven location to be announced.

More information coming soon.

This workshop is especially organized for youth and adults who work with them.



$400 (includes the workshop and all meals)

Full and partial scholarships available; request on application. Childcare may be available; request on application.

Fee payable upon acceptance.

Over 500,000 people in the U.S. have participated in Undoing Racism™/Community Organizing with The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, including many from New Haven and across Connecticut.  If you have any questions about the workshop, check out the website of The People's Institute.

Questions/More Information

Addys Castillo ( or 203-464-7838)

Kyle Pedersen ( or 203-824-0542)


Thanks to Our Partners 

Citywide Youth Coalition

Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

Connecticut Mental Health Center Foundation

Just Moves

William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund