- Racial Equity
Equipping and Empowering Prince George’s County nonprofits to better serve our communities
Prince George’s County will be a racially equitable, inclusive, vibrant, and resource-rich community with multiple pathways to a high quality of life for all residents to thrive.
Our nonprofits will be:
Our operating principles are guided by:
We recognize the unique and enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous People and their traditional territories.
As residents of Prince George’s County, we would like to acknowledge that we gather on the traditional lands of the Mattapanient, the Patuxent, the Piscataway, the Moyaone and the Pamunkey.
We honor the past and present, and with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.
A formal recognition of the original stewards of the land and their connection to it.
To honor and show gratitude as a sign of respect and willingness to heal. The more we talk about displacement and gentrification it is important to center the conversations of land use on Indigenous Peoples.
Board of Directors
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY PARTNERS