Teens United: Against Racial Injustice and Inequality

Empowering Teens to fight racism, injustice, and inequality worldwide through forms of race, gender, identity, and more.

Our Cause: 

Create the Conversation that Creates the Change

Join Teens United in our mission to create a better society. Participate in events such as community discussions and boards to advocate for racial equality and learn about ways to get more involved. Whether you are joining to educated or be educated the community welcomes you with arms to bring your best ideas and thoughts to the table.  

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You Can't Change What You Can't See

Interrupting Racial and Gender Bias in America. Take a quick survey and see the results for yourself.

Take A Quick Survey

Take the Harvard(R) University developed online IAT test.

Race Talk: Engaging Young People in Conversations about Race and Racism

From police-involved deaths of Black and Latinx men to everyday racism to Confederate flag controversy with sports figures and celebrities getting involved in the conversation, there is a lot to grapple with and discuss. Let’s talk Race America!

Juneteenth

Juneteenth celebrates “a moment of indescribable joy”: It has its roots in the long-awaited moment of emancipation in Texas, where more than 250,000 enslaved black people received news on June 19, 1865 — more than two years after President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation — that they were free.

Racial Equality

We fight for racial equality.

We fight For Gender Equality

We fight For Gender & LGBQT equality

We fight for human equality

We fight for the American Bill of Rights.

Upcoming Events

5

May

Raising Anti – Racist Children Parenting Workshop

This workshop is designed by Sarasota FL grassroots efforts, for LOCAL parents of children ages 7-12 who are newcomers to anti-racism work.

7:30 – 8:30 PM EST

13

May

Racial Justice Through Collaborative Programs and Projects

Join us for a year long speaker series dedicated to racial justice.

4:00 – 5:00 PM EST 

25

May

The Road to Racial Justice – one year on from the death of George Floyd

One year on from the death of George Floyd how far have we come and what are our next steps?

3:00 – 4:30 PM EST

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