Many of our classes are offered on Zoom while others will meet in person at locations in Greenfield, Northampton, Easthampton, Holyoke, and Springfield, Massachusetts.

Please check carefully for location information.

Zoom classes: registered participants will receive an email with instructions for Zoom access the day before the scheduled class.

Registration is required for all Truth School classes.

Embracing Joy in Challenging Times

Treehouse Community Center 1 Treehouse Circle, Easthampton, MA

Join Pat Romney in an informative, interactive and engaging workshop designed to help participants create and sustain joy in their daily work and personal lives. Participants will have opportunities to interact with others and gain access to resources and strategies to stay positive and find joy while they do the work of social change.Register Trainer:Dr. Patricia


Let’s Talk About Racism, Shall We?

Zoom Online

Despite the increased attention to interrupting racism in the past few years, race and racism are still topics that can be challenging to address. This workshop provides an opportunity for individuals anywhere on an antiracist journey to explore their thoughts and feelings, broaden their thinking, and increase their tolerance for discomfort. Discover your stumbling blocks


Being an Ally, Not a Savior

Treehouse Community Center 1 Treehouse Circle, Easthampton, MA

What is the role of the white ally to Black and BIPOC communities? How can you shed the cape of the savior to become the warrior ally? Becoming an ally is a process, and it is not always easy or comfortable. It requires one to recognize the power and privilege that being part of the


Ladder 2 Leadership

The Community Resilience Hub, St. John's Church 48 Elm St., Northampton, MA

Class participants for this workshop will gather at 6:00 PM at the Hub for a shared community dinner meal, which is free and open to all. Following the dinner meal,


The Path to Enacting the ERA

First Churches of Northampton, Chapel 129 Main Street, Northampton, MA

Generation Ratify Amherst invites the community to an interactive, multigenerational discussion and crash course on the Equal Rights Amendment, from its founding in 1923 to its current work in 2022.


Calling in the Call Out Culture

What is Calling Out? Calling someone out is the public practice of criticizing a person or a group for something they’ve said or done that you think is politically incorrect.