"One of the lessons the civil rights movement taught us is that we can desegregate the lunch counter, and we can desegregate the bus station and the airport and the courtrooms, but until we desegregate the kitchen table and until we desegregate the living room sofa, until we desegregate those places where loving is done and where friends are made and where we express those things that really matter, we will not have achieved the dream of bringing the human family together."
- Robert C. Henderson,
National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'i's of the United States,
Address to the Martin Luther King Jr. World Prayer and Multicultural Day
at the King Center.
Pizza & Social Justice (PSJ) is a community organization dedicated to building a society free from racism and discrimination by fostering lasting relationships across all racial, religious, and ethnic backgrounds; by recognizing bias in ourselves and our communities; and by working together to promote a more just society.
To achieve its mission PSJ employs education, discussions, guided conversations, social interactions and service projects designed to establish trust and build a sense of family in the communities it serves. All of its programs are grounded in a fundamental belief that all humankind is one and that our diversity enhances our unity.
Do-It Yourself Pizza and Social Justice
Here you will find information on how to host your own Pizza and Social Justice meeting. It is about creating a safe space and support for having conversation that is long overdo.