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a social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect; a distinctive or close-knit group.

tribe

[trīb]

 NOUN

 

a social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect; a distinctive or close-knit group.

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- A Tribe Called Quest

“Get up off the wall, it’s time to have fun.” 

OUR VOICES

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SAFE SPACES 

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EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING LAB

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YOUTH ADVISORY COUNTIL

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Empowering Youth

We are dedicated to empowering BIPOC youth and young people by providing them with the resources, support, and opportunities they need to thrive. Our programs are designed to center their voices and create a platform for them to express themselves and make a positive impact in their communities.

racial equity

We are always looking for ways to improve and better address racial disparities to improve outcomes for BIPOC youth. Because we prioritize measuring change in the lives of BIPOC youth, we continuously & intentionally monitor and adjust policies, practices, systems, and structures to encourage their wellbeing. 

Creating Change

Through our programs, we aim to create lasting change in the lives of BIPOC youth. We believe in the power of education, mentorship, and community engagement to break down barriers and create a more equitable society. By providing access to quality education, leadership development, and advocacy opportunities, we empower young people to become agents of change.

Community Impact

At The Village Place, we believe in the power of community. Our programs not only benefit individual youth but also have a ripple effect on their families and communities. By investing in the potential of BIPOC youth, we are building a stronger, more inclusive society where everyone has access to opportunities that align with their skills and desires. 

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CONTACT

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Tel. 501-319-3661

2718 S. Arch St.
Little Rock, AR 72206

VISIT

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Monday - Friday 11:00 - 18:30

Saturday 11:00 - 17:00

Sunday 12:30 - 16:30 

 

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“The issue of race, however, has been with us since our earliest beginnings as a nation. I believe it is even deeper and sharper than the other points of contention. It has bred fears, myths, and violence over centuries. It is the source of dark and dangerous irrationality, a current of social pathology running through our history and dimming our brighter achievements. Most of the time the reservoir of racism remains stagnant. But--and this has been true historically for most societies--when major economic, social, or political crises arise, the backwaters are stirred and latent racial hostility comes to the surface. Scapegoats must be found, simple targets substituted for complex problems. The frustration and insecurity generated by these problems find an outlet in notions of racial superiority and inferiority.”

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