Registration for Fall classes will be open as of August 1, 2023.

CANCELLED: Sacred Music: A Journey to Freedom

St. Philip's Church 128 Main Street, Easthampton, MA, United States

Trainer: Dr. Ruth Bass Green, educator, piano and voice teacher, and church musician, is the founder and president of the Hazelle Catherine Bass Institute for the Arts ( For over 50 years, Ruth has served underprivileged and privileged students and adults across diverse fields of age, race, and gender. As a music educator, Ruth is

CANCELLED: Understanding the Americans With Disabilities Act

Easthampton Council on Aging 19 Union Street, Easthampton, Massachusetts, United States

Trainer: Dr. Madeline L. Peters has worked in higher education for  the past 38 years. For 30 of these she has served as the Director of Disability Services at UMass Amherst. Dr. Peters is a veteran, author, educator, and consultant. She has experience in successfully navigating and complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the

CANCELLED: Cultural Humility and Cross Cultural Communication: Bridging the Divide – Part 2

Treehouse Community Center 1 Treehouse Circle, Easthampton, MA

This class is limited to 20 participants. Pre-requisite: Part 1 of the series. Trainer: Amihan Matias Class Description: Now that you have completed Cultural Humility and Cross‐ Cultural Communication: Bridging the Divide – Part 1, we invite you to participate in this follow‐up session. Part 2 will focus on methods for actively utilizing the process

Take a Walk in Sojourner Truth’s Shoes

Sojourner Truth Statue Corner of Park & Pine Streets, Florence, MA, United States

This special offering is a guided tour via the Florence African American Heritage Trail, which provides an opportunity to see the homes and historic places where a rich legacy of abolition and women’s rights resides. This Trail commemorates the Florence of the mid-1800s, when Sojourner Truth lived in this small Massachusetts community. Engaging the local


Ethical Upstander Training

Zoom Online

This is a two-part class. Participants are expected to attend both sessions. November 17, 4:30-6:30 and November 18, 4:30-6:30 Human In Common is an innovative team of experienced diversity consultants, helping individuals and organizations create social norms based on diversity, equity and inclusion. Unlike so many diversity trainings that only focus on compliance, Human In


Combating Racism: Partnerships, Coalitions and Reaching Across Lines of Difference

Zoom Online

Please note: This is a two-part series. Participants are expected to attend both the December 1st, 6:00-8:00 pm & December 2nd, 6:00-8:00 pm sessions. In this unique workshop, Dr. Love will reemphasize the critical component and necessity of deconstructing barriers that perpetuate systematic racism by illustrating the importance of developing dynamic, diverse and effective communal