Let's Talk About Race In America


The people of America and the world watched in horror as a police officer kneeled on the neck of George Floyd and listened as he begged for his life. His death, like the deaths of countless other people of color at the hands of police and white citizens, caused an outcry for change. But something shifted with the death of Mr. Floyd as more and more white citizens came forward and began to ask questions about what they could do. 

In answer to this question, we have developed a  course specifically for the white community to tackle these hard questions, to address behaviors that perpetuate systemic racism and to integrate anti-racism actions, small and large, in everyday life. 

Our Moral Imperative: A Revolutionary Change In White America​

  • 7 weeks of engaging learning and self reflection in video and live sessions.

  • Each workshop builds on the other.

  • Tasks between sessions, direct support between sessions, and take home materials.

  • Access to the course and community in Google Classroom

  • Pre-work and follow along materials for sessions.

  • Resources for further learning.

  • Group course: Groups of 5 or more are welcome to contact us about
    offering the course specifically for your group. ($190 per person)

  • Payment Options: (Service fees included when registering)
    - Scholarship Available: Contact Us
    - Pay standard individual rate $210 
    - Pay in 3 installments of $70                

Jul 25, 2:00 PM EDT – Sep 05, 4:00 PM EDT
Online Course



"The training provides an effective outlet to practicing how to learn, listen, and speak about racism and role of the individual. Too often it can feel like one person can not make effective changes but the training highlights how small interactions can positively or negatively impact interactions. It is important to always learn, listen, and speak with understanding."


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'Participating in Our Moral Imperative was transformative for me. The group helped me to see how important it is to work with and talk to white people about racism, to shift from guilt and shame about my own biases into honest sharing and positive action, to actively engage in reflection, and to create personal action plans and work with supportive groups to stay engaged for the rest of my life. This class felt like the first steps in working with white folks to create a new, antiracist white culture. Adalia is a wonderful teacher- she's sculpted curriculum that effectively moves people from well-intentioned white people to engaged allies."

Sara, Participant-

Our Moral Imperative


"I really enjoyed the training and it allowed me to understand how I can be passively contributing by not speaking up and out. It provide me understanding of when to speak and a great understanding of how micro-aggression can be loudly discouraging."


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"The greatest benefit for me in taking this training is to stop my urge to save others. I will learn to embody justice in how I care for my soul, in how I speak to injustice with other white people and how I stand with oppressed Americans who want me beside them."

Elizabeth, Participant-

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Meet The Team

Adalia Ellis-Aroha

OMI Creator, Curriculum Developer and Facilitator

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Sara Finnegan-Doyon

OMI Resource Researcher and Content Curator


Mikayla Alford

Engagement Coordinator