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Get help with educating your community about creating an equitable and safe place for all. Empower your community to reduce and repair the effects of sexism, racism and homophobia.

Talk to a Racial Equity Consultant

Are you looking for a Racial Equity Consultant to help shift the culture of your organization or seeking an expert to answer questions for media or book publishing? We can help!

Become a SPARK Campus Affiliate

A SPARK Campus Affiliate consists of a representative cross-section of students, faculty, and administrators, trained by Mamie Till Mobley Enterprise, Inc., to provide anti-racism and social justice programs across campus.

16.850 scholar leaders

have already taken the pledge to be more inclusive on their college campus.

Social Justice Trainings

Looking for diversity and inclusion training for your school or corporation? We have courses to help you navigate the conversation on racial justice.

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Envisioning A Whole New World: Anti-Racist Leadership Training for Student Leaders

This training is created with your scholars in mind. Student leaders play a major role in carrying out diversity and inclusion initiatives. This course teaches them how to set anti-racism goals for their organizations and helps them develop an action plan to create buy-in for campus culture transformation.

Coalition Building

This introductory course will teach you how to identify and work with groups of individuals and/or organizations with a common interest to fight for justice. 

Power Mapping

Power mapping is a visual tool used by social advocates to identify the best individuals to target to promote social change. The role of relationships and networks is very important when advocates seek change in a social justice issue.

Social Justice 101

Our society is made up of many different communities. Social justice means the rights of all people in our community are considered in a fair and equitable manner.

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Weekly Racial Healing Circle

As we reimagine what justice and a free society look like, we need more dialogue and more resources to support that vision. We host Racial Healing Circles each week where we talk about the concerns of our community and strategize ways to realize the just world we keep dreaming about. To register for an upcoming Racial Healing Circle click the link below.

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Amberly R. Carter, M.Ed

Amberly is a social justice educator and the CEO of Mamie Till Mobley Enterprise, Inc.​ She is a cousin of Emmett Till, 14-year-old Chicago boy who was kidnapped and murdered in 1955 for allegedly whistling at a White woman in Money, MS. Till’s killers were acquitted by an all-White jury after 67 minutes of deliberation but later confessed to the crime for $4,000 to Look Magazine. Emmett Till’s murder and his mother, Mamie Till Mobley’s decision to hold an open casket funeral is said to have sparked the Civil Rights Movement. It was the sight of his brutalized body on the cover of Jet Magazine that pushed many who had been content to stay on the sidelines directly into the fight for justice. Mamie fought for the justice of Emmett Till’s murder until her death. Amberly has picked up the baton and continues to run this race towards justice for Emmett Till. Mamie Till Mobley Enterprise, Inc. is a space where she’s inviting all of us to join the mission – Making justice the business of us all!

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