Join us for a candid, in-person discussion of MLK’s life, history and mission through his most powerful and perhaps unfamiliar works.
Black History Month Teach-Ins
In honor of Black History Month and in partnership with John C Hart Memorial Library, Yorktown for Justice is proud to present a series of age-leveled teach-ins for the community.
YFJ Press Release in Response to Yorktown GOP Racial Slur
Yorktown for Justice (YFJ) denounces the racist remarks targeting Yorktown Town Councilman Vishnu Patel at a Yorktown GOP victory party held on November 2, 2021.
Sign On To A DEI Support Letter
America is a work in progress, a country dedicated to democracy, to doing better, to being better. Here, we make space for everyone to create and experience the promise of liberty and justice for all. And all means ALL.
We stand together against hate in all its forms. On April 10 at Jack DeVito Memorial Field, a crowd gathered to honor the victims of the recent crimes against the Asian community, as well as to remember all who have had to lose their lives over the course of history as a result of bigotry,…
Race: The Power of an Illusion
Join us for a three part Zoom presentation on the PBS series, “RACE: The Power of an Illusion”. These monthly sessions will focus on The Difference Between Us; The Story We Tell and The House We Live In.
Black History Month Community Art Project
Calling the kids of Yorktown and quilters of all ages! Celebrate Black History month by participating in Yorktown for Justice’s quilting project!
MLK Day of Service
Yorktown for Justice will be collecting non-perishable, non-expired food items along with cash or check donations to to benefit the First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown’s Food Pantry.