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Mass Slavery Apology

is a small racial justice group based in Franklin County, Massachusetts.


Our main projects at present involve sharing information with others, especially whites, about racism and white privilege. These include:


·       ~ Our monthly event series. All programs are free and open to the public.


ELECTRONIC OUTREACH – local, regional, national, international:

·       ~ Once or twice monthly we send out an email newsletter sharing antiracism events, articles, and links

·       ~ This website

·       ~ Facebook page


NETWORKING, COLLABORATION, MOVEMENT BUILDING:  Our activities strive to bring individuals and groups who are new to antiracism into the movement, to develop relationships with others who are already committed, and to build collaborations with other racial justice groups and antiracist individuals locally, regionally, and nationally.


We now have a YouTube page!

We will be posting videos of some of our programs, and more...


We hope you will join us at our upcoming events!


We will not have a program in July.

Our discussion group, Undoing Our Own Racism, is taking the summer off.




Saturday July 11 ~ Giant Eclectic Yard Sale!

8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

132 Federal Street, Greenfield

A fundraiser for our free monthly program series.


Art, antiques, plants, antique photos, ephemera, Asian imports, small furniture, collectibles, books, household goods, toys, clothes, tools, camping & sports equipment, jewelry, vintage items....

Special guest: N’zimah’s Essentials body care products.
AND a live band will be playing


Email us to learn more or if you want to help out. 



Saturday, August 1

We will be at the Pocumtuck Homelands Festival in Turners Falls

Come say hi!




Mass Slavery Apology's Free Monthly Program Series

First Saturday morning most months

First Congregational Church, 43 Silver Street, Greenfield MA 01301

For more information


Saturday, August 8

a program on reparations for slavery

with Dr. Chris Tinson of Hampshire College and TRGGR Radio


Saturday, September 12

Youth Speak Out about their experiences in our schools

facilitated by Gloria Matlock


Saturday, October 3

a program on today's prison system

& how it connects with U.S. slavery, racism, and labor exploitation


more info to come!


Many thanks to our sponsors and supporters!