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    Mark your calendars: WRAG's 2018 Annual Meeting is on November 6 at The Wharf. 

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    Learn about the work of the Washington AIDS Partnership, its Health Corps team, and how you can join the fight against HIV/AIDS in our region. Visit the website.

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Latest News

August 10, 2018
A statement from WRAG's Racial Equity Working Group.
July 12, 2018
Effective December 31, 2018.
July 10, 2018
At the sixth session of WRAG & LGW's learning series, Dr. Manuel Pastor discussed building a regional, multi-ethnic movement for racial equity.

Upcoming Events

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Aug 2018

WRAG invites members to participate in this new working group focused on leveraging the resources of local philanthropy and other stakeholders to ensure an accurate and complete census count in the region.

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Sep 2018

Decades of racist policies and practices have created racially and economically segregated public schools, across the country, as well as here in our region.

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Sep 2018

Join the Children, Youth & Families Working Group to connect and learn with other funders and to share updates about your work.

Spotlight

Creating a Vision of a Racially Equitable Montgomery County, Maryland

Last October, WRAG's Racial Equity Working Group partnered with IMPACT Silver Spring to answer the question, "What Would a Racially Equitable Montgomery County Look Like?" We brought together about 40 community members and local funders diverse in race, ethnicity, age, affiliations, and vocations to connect with one another, learn about the historical roots of today’s racial inequities, generate ideas for what is needed to advance racial equity, and envision how those advances might look in the county.

Click the image above to read our report on the event.